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1986 EMBLEM 

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EMBLEM 
1986 




CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY 



Ninety-fifth at King Drive 
Chicago, Illinois 60628 



WELCOME 

BENVENUTO 

WILLKOMMEN 

BIENVENIDO 

ANUAOHO 




THE EMBLEM IS MORE THAN A SUMMARY OF 1986 EVENTS. IT 
REFLECTS THE COMMUNITY, AND ATMOSPHERE, THE TRIALS, 
AND TRIBULATIONS OF STUDENTS. AS YOU VENTURE 
THROUGH THESE PAGES, REMEMBER THIS BOOK AS A 
KALEIDOSCOPE OF THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE (OF 
WHICH MANY OF YOU ARE A PART). RESPONSIBILITY IS OUR 
HERITAGE AND OUR ENDOWMENT. 7000 CSU STUDENTS CARRY 
ON THE TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE WITH PRIDE AND 
RESPECT. YOU, TOO, CAN BECOME INVOLVED BY 
CONTRIBUTING YOUR TALENT, TIME, AND LOYALTY TO 
CHICAGO STATE, A GREAT UNIVERSITY. 



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'REATIVITY THE CREATIVE MIND IS BORN NOT MADE. IT IS AN INTELLECTUAL URGE WHICH MANIFESTS 
ITSELF IN MANY FORMS WHETHER IN INDUSTRY. SCIENCE. ART OR LITERATURE. THE IMPELLING MOTIVE OF 
CREATIVE TALENT IS TO ADD SOMETHING NEW, INSPIRATIONAL, AND BEAUTIFUL TO OUR CIVILIZATION, 




THE MAN 

AND 
HIS WORK 



DR AUSBRA FORD 





PROFESSOR AUSBRA FORD A DISTINGUISHED 
FACULTY MEMBER OF CSU IS A NOTED SCULPTOR, 
RESEARCHER, AND ART HISTORIAN, DR. FORD'S 
SCULPTURES APPEAR IN MANY PROMINENT GALLER- 
IES AS WELL AS ON CAMPUS HIS LOVE FOR JAZZ IS 
DEPICTED BY JAZZ FLIGHT WHICH IS LOCATED ON 
CAMPUS TOP RIGHT PHOTO AND BOTTOM -COME 
SUNDAY" ARE TWO VIEWS OF A TWENTY SEVEN 
PIECE SERIES HONORING JAZZ GREAT DUKE 
ELLINGTON. TOP LEFT PHOTO, DR. FORD PROUDLY 
DISPLAYS "THE PRIEST" AND "THE DOWN HOME 
BLUES " DR. FORD'S HARD WORK AND DETERMINA- 
TION HAS MADE HIM AN INSPIRATION TO HIS STU- 
DENTS. COLLEAGUES AND ARTISTS OF ALL AGES. 



COME SUNDAY 



Ambition 
Temperament 
Tenacity 
Individuality 




Talents 



Uninhibitedness 



Determination 



Endurance 



Get the Right Attitude 

Campus life involves interaction between 
individuals with various attitudes and 
lifestyles. Uninhibitedness allows a stu- 
dent to explore all avenues of his or her 
many talents. Determination to stick by 
his or her own goals, ideas and beliefs 
depicts a tenacious person valued by oth- 
ers. 

Sure, there are times when a flashy tem- 
perament may obstruct a view, but that's 
only part of your individuality, so it's 
natural. However, it becomes negative 
when used unjustly, so be careful. The am- 
bitious student endures life's many ups 
and downs; he learns to wield other 
people's personalities and attitudes. 

Attitude is Ambition, Temperament, Tenac- 
ity. Individuality, Talents, Uninhibitedness, 
Determination, and Endurance. 



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C.S.U. FOR 







DICK JOHNSON 



VERNA THOMAS (WITH HEAD DOWN) EDITOR OF THE YEARBOOK 



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.ESPONSIBILITY ANNUALLY THE UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY TELETHON IS HELD TO RAISE 
FUNDS TO BETTER THE SERVICES TO HANDICAP INDIVIDUALS AND TO ENHANCE FURTHER 
RESEARCH. DURING THIS EVENT A HOST OF STARS AND CELEBRITIES FROM THE CHICAGO 
AREA PARTICIPATE, INCLUDING STUDENTS FROM CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY. THIS 1986 
TELETHON INCLUDED CHICAGO'S VERY OWN BOZO THE CLOWN, COOKIE AND MR. WIZZO THE 
MAGICIAN. DICK JOHNSON, JIM ROSE, DIANE BURNS, DENNIS GREEN AND A CAST OF 
THOUSANDS SHOWED UP AT MEDINAH TEMPLE. 



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EDUCATION 




THE QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE 



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MR. AND MRS. CSU 




NAME: HENRY L. DAVIS 
MAJOR: CORRECTIONS 
YEAR: SENIOR 



NAME: MELANIE NOAHNIYAH 
MAJOR: MUSIC 
YEAR: SENIOR 



SECOND PLACE WINNERS 




NAME: KRISTA J. NICHOLS 
YEAR: SENIOR 





NAME: WILLIAM KNIGHT 
YEAR: JUNIOR 



DISTINGUISHED JUDGES 




MARTIN BRAUMGRATNER-NATIONAL SALES DIRECTOR AT DANIEL 
INC SHIP AND CRUISE COMPANY. STEVE BALLARD-VICE PRESIDENT 
OF PROMOTIONS FOR DEBBIE HOWELL COSMETICS OLLIE DAVIS- 
CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHER YVETTE LINDSEY-DISTRICT 
MANAGER FOR THE GAP CLOTHING COMPANY. SHELIA AHNEW-EN- 
TREPRENEUR FOR THE PARTY CONNECTION 




CONTESTANTS 

ALBERTA L CARR 
ANGIE HATCHER 
AUBREY JOHNSON 
LEAH MILLER 
DENISE WILLIAMS 













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CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY HAS 
OVER SEVENTY ORGANIZATIONS AND 
PROBABLY THE MOST OUTSPOKEN IS 
THE CHICAGO MODEL UNITED 
NATIONS ASSEMBLY (CM.U.N.A). ITS 
PURPOSE IS TO ENRICH THEIR 
MEMBERS WITH INTERNATIONAL 
LAW AND TO DEVELOP AN UNDER- 
STANDING OF CONCERNS AND SOLU- 
TIONS 

THE CMUNA, HOLDS AN ANNUAL 
EVENT WHERE MAJOR HIGH SCHOOLS 
PARTICIPATE. THE HIGH SCHOOL 
MODEL UNITED NATIONS IS A GROUP 
WHERE DELEGATES ARE SENT TO DE- 
BATE RESOLUTIONS ACCORDING TO 
THE INTERNATIONAL LAW. IT'S UP TO 
THE MEMBERS TO MAKE SURE THE DE- 
BATES ARE ACCORDING TO INTERNA- 
TIONAL LAWS AND UNITED NATION'S 
RULES AND REGULATIONS. THE 
CM UNA ALSO PARTICIPATES IN THE 
MIDWEST MODEL UNITED NATIONS 
HELD IN ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI. THE 
MEMBERS OF THE CMUNA. REPRE- 
SENT A COUNTRY AND PREPARE 
THEMSELVES ACCORDING TO THE 
COUNTRY'S POLICIES 





NATURE IS 

BEAUTIFUL 

SHE WITHSTANDS 

THE TEST OF 

TIME 




TO ALL OF 
YOU WE SAY 



SEEK AND 

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SHALL FIND 








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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



PAGES 


CONTENTS 


1-16 


INTRODUCTION 


18-39 


ADMINISTRATION 


40-76 


INTRODUCTION OF BUILDINGS AG 


77-95 


ORGANIZATIONS 


96-112 


SENIORS 


113-116 


ALUMNI AFFAIRS 


117-129 


SPORTS 


130-161 


CAMPUS LIFE 


162-174 


INDEX FOR SENIORS 




GEORGE E. AYERS 
PRESIDENT 




OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 



Chicago StateUniversity 

Ninely-Fifth Sueei al Kmg Drive 
Chicago Illinois 60f 26 
Telephone 312'995 2400 



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State University anc 


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experiences are pres 


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us all of the fullness o 


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ur educational 


endeavors. 


They also challenge u 


s to 


iniag 


ne wher 


we will be as 


we approach 


the 


twenty-first century. 


The 


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sents a vislor 


of the m 


any 


professional and per 


sonal 


achievements 


yet to be 


ealized. 


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these remembrances 


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ook toward the 


future in a 


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comj^unitv, I express 


best 


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We hope 


tha 


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refl 


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the things in 


ife that ha 


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ought you fulfillment 


your 


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at Chic. 


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cind. 

George E. Ayers 
President 





OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 





JAMES A. ALEXANDER, 

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO 

THE PRESIDENT 



CHRISTINE Z. SOMERVILLE. 

ASSISTANT TO THE 

PRESIDENT 



THOMAS E. CRITTENDED. 
INTERNAL AUDITOR 





CHICAGO 

STATE 

UNIVERSITY 

ACADEMIC 



Carson W. Veach 

Provost & Vice President for 

Academic Affairs 





William J. Lowe 
Dean of 
Graduate Studies 



Vacant | Clinton Bristow, Jr 

Dean of Continuing Dean, College of 

Education and Non- Business & 

Traditional Programs Administration 



Milton A. Gordon 
Dean, College of 
Arts & Sciences 




Robert W. Price 
Director of 
Alternative Degree 
Program 



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James Huska 
Registrar 



AFFAIRS 




Walter J. Heinzel 
Assistant Vice President for 
Academic Affairs and Contr. 



Associate Provost (Vacant) 
and Vice President 



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Sherri N. Coe- 
Perkins 
Dean of 
Admissions I & 
Records 




Berlean M. Burris 
Dean, 

College of Nursing 



Barbara J. Kardas 

Dean, 

College of Education 




William C. Prigge 
Dean of Library, 
Learning Resources 




(Vacant) 
Director of 
Admissions 



Artice W. Harmon 
Acting Dean, 
College of Allied 
Health 



STUDENT AFFAIRS 



Brasco Coleman 
Vice President of 



Student Affairs 











(Vacant) 
Assistant to the 
Vice President 



Charles H. Taylor 

Dean for 

Student Development 



William E. Ehrich 

Director of 

Student Support Services 



Barbara Henley 
Director of 
Counseling Center 



Bruce W. Herron 
Director of 
Intercollegiate Athletics 



Earlene Nicholas 
Director of 
University Center 




INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT 



James M. Games 
Vice President for 
Institutional Advancement 



James T. McCarthy 
Assistant to the 
Vice President 



James A. Alexander 
Acting Executive 
Director, 
Foundation 



Susan H. Stanger 
Director of 
Public Affairs 



Brandon Senter 
Director of 
Sponsored Programs 



Rosemary D. Hulett 
Director of 
Alumni Affairs 



Marcia T. Best 
Director of 
Publications 



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ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS 



Lawrence B. Logan 
Vice President for 
Administrative Affairs 





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(Vacant) 
Assistant to the 
Vice President 



Geraldine Brooks 
Director of 
Business Operations 



Wayne A. Rath 
Director of 
Budget 



Samuel Hung 
Director of 

Institutional Research & 
Evaluation 



Sandra Ragan 
Director of 
Personnel Service 



Ron Leahy 
Director of 
Physical Plant Services 



ADMINISTRATION. CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



CHAIRPERSONS & DIRECTORS 



Patricia M. Atherton, Associate Professor of Special Education (1976); Ph.D., 
Loyola University 

Fredrick Blum, Associate Professor of Geography (1961); M.A., University of 
Chicago 

Don D. Bunt, Professor of Mathematics (1968); Ed.D., Northern Illinois University; 
M.S., (Computer Sciences) Northern Illinois University 

Nancy C. Ciosek, Associate Professor of Dietetics (1985); M.S., Northern Illinois 
University 



D. Daly, Professor of Psychology (1967); Ph.D., Illinois Institute of 
Technology 

Vilma I. Evans, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy (1986); Ed.D., University 
of Illinois 

Bryant Feather, Professor of Psychology/Corrections (1961); Ph.D., University of 
Michigan 

James Friend, Associate Professor of English (1962); M.A., University of 
Connecticut 

Artice W. Harmon, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy (1981); M.P.H., 
University of Illinois, School of Public Health, O.T.R. 

Barbara Henley, Associate Professor of Psychology /Counseling (1978); PhD , Ohio 
State University 

Walter J. Kelly, Associate Professor of History (1967); M.A., University of Chicago 

Genevieve S. Lopardo, Professor of Reading (1972); Ph.D., University of Chicago 

Clarence R. Olsen, Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1972); Ph.D., Michigan 
State University 

James R. Rastorfer, Professor of Botany (1973); Ph.D., Washington State 
University 

Edward J. Reinhart, Jr., Associate Professor of Occupational Education (1970); 
PhD , Purdue University 

Chernoh M. Sesay. Associate Professor of Political Science (1979); Ph.D.. Carleton 
University. Canada 

Victor A. Sorell, Associate Professor of Art (1969); MA., University of Chicago 

Laurence P. Stanton, Associate Professor of Marketing (Hotel/Restaurant 
Management) (1972); Ed.D., Nova University 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



John L. Stedl, Associate Professor of Information Systems (1984); Ph.D., 
University of Delaware 

Paul H. Steinbach, Professor of Early Childhood & Elementary Education (1968); 
Ed.D., Indiana University 

Concepcion Stetkevych, Assistant Professor of Spanish (1970); M.A., University 
of Chicago 

George T. Stroia, Associate Professor of Health, Physical Education, Recreation 
(1971); Ed.D., Oklahoma State University 

Marion W. Taylor, Professor of Library Science & Communications Media (1956); 
Ph.D., Southern Illinois University 

Wesley K. H. Teo, Professor of Philosophy (1970); Ph.D., Southern Illinois 
University; J.D., Illinois Institute of Technology 

Phyllis Thompson. Instructor in Radiation Therapy Technology (1978); B.A., 
Governors State University 

Richard S. Treptow, Professor of Chemistry (1972); Ph.D., University of Illinois 

Rosemary A. VanVranken, Assistant Professor of Medical Record Administration 
(1984); M.P.A., Roosevelt University; R.R.A. 

Thomas E. Vaughn, Assistant Professor of Accounting (1982); M.B.A., University 
of Kansas; J.D., University of Kansas; C.P.A,, State of Illinois 

Elizabeth A. Weber. Associate Professor of Music (1972); D.M.A., University of 
Illinois 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



FACULTY 



Mary Ann Abella, Professor of Art (1970); M.F.A., Rochester Institute of 
Technology 

Beverly M. Adamsheck. Associate Professor of Art (1972); Ph.D , University of 
Chicago 

A. Edward Ahr, Professor of Special Education (1972); Ed.D., Loyola University 

Delores Allen, Assistant Professor of Special Education (1984); M.S.Ed., Chicago 
State University 

Bobbie M. Anthony, Professor of Psychology (1968); Ph.D., University of Chicago 

Barbara J. Aubin, Associate Professor of Art (1971); M.A.E., School of the Art 
Institute of Chicago 

Linda R. Austin, Associate Professor of Biology (1976); Ph.D., State University of 
New York at Buffalo 

Alan L. Baiter, Professor of Special Education (1969); Ph.D., University of Illinois 

Floyd W. Banks, Associate Professor of Physiology (1984); Ph.D., University of 
California at Los Angeles 

Sandra Y. Barnes, Assistant Professor of Nursing (1985); M.S.N. University of 
Illinois at Chicago 

Alice K. Barter, Professor of English (1967); Ph.D., University of Michigan 
Martha E. Bass. Associate Professor of Early Childhood & Elementary Education 
(1976); Ph.D., Purdue University 

Mary Grace Bator, Instructor in Physical Education (1984); M. Ed., University of 
Illinois 

Paul D. Bauer, Assistant Professor of Music (1984); M.M., North State Texas 
University 

Aharon G. Beged-Dov, Professor of Information Systems (1979); Ph D., University 
of Pennsylvania 

Richard E. Beil, Associate Professor of Physiology (1978); Ph.D., University of 
Illinois 

Carol L. Bentley, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1974); M.S., 
Chicago State University; M.S.Ed,, Northern Illinois University 

Avan G. Billimoria, Professor of Psychology (1968); Ph.D.. Illinois Institute of 
Technology 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Jacquelyn Blackmon, Instructor & Coordinator of Academic Support Services 
(1981); M.S., Chicago State University 

Evonne F. Blakey, Professor of Early Childhood & Elementary Education (1972); 
Ph.D., Northwestern University 

Richard J. Bloss, Professor of Political Science (1968); Ph.D., University of 
Pennsylvania 

Jacqueline Bohaner, Instructor in Nursing (1981); M.S.N., Loyola University 

Janice A. Bolt, Associate Professor of Library Sciences & Communications Media 
(1969); M.S.Ed., Chicago State University; M.L.S., University of Florida 

Ann N. Bond, Professor of Zoology (1964); Ph.D., University of Chicago 

Mark Bouman, Assistant Professor of Geography (1984); Ph.D., University of 
Minnesota 

James E. Bowden, Professor of Art (1967); M.F.A., Northern Illinois University 

Mary A. Branch, Associate Professor of Nursing (1982); M.S., University of Illinois 

Paul R. Brosseit, Instructor in Radiation Therapy Technology (1982); B.S., 
Colorado State University; R.T. (R) (ARRT) 

John T. Brown, Associate Professor of Speech (1974); Ph.D., Bowling Green State 
University 

Mary R. Brown, Assistant Professor of Finance (1980); M.B.A., John Carroll 
University 

Michael R. Brown, Assistant Professor of English (1983); Ph.D., University of 
Michigan 

Susan Brown, Assistant Professor of Music (1985); M.M.. University of Cincinnati 

Leroy Bryant, Assistant Professor of History (1973); M.A. (Educational 

Administration) Northwestern University; M.A. (History) Northwestern University 

Emily L. Bryson, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1980); 
M.L.S., Emory University; M.A., University of Denver 

Gerald M. Butler, Professor of Health, Physical Education, Recreation (1975); 
Ed.D., University of Massachusetts 

Leonel Campos, Assistant Professor of Corrections (1974); M.A., Northwestern 
University 

William Cantrall, Professor of English (1981); Ph.D., University of Illinois 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Ulysses H. Chambers, Assistant Professor of Englisfi (1974); M.A., University of 
Cfiicago 

Sookang Han Chang, Assistant Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1974); 
M.A., Nortfiern Illinois University 

Charles W. Chappius, Professor of History (1967); Ph.D., University of Notre 
Dame 

Robert J. Chierico, Assistant Professor of Spanish (1984); Ph.D., Northw/estern 
University 

Chang K. Choi, Professor of Accounting (1980); D.B.A., University of Southern 
California; CP.A., State of Pennsylvania 

Ramona G. Choos, Associate Professor of Mathematics (1960-61; 1966); M.S., 
DePaul University 

Raymond H. Y. Chu, Associate Professor of Mathematics (1975); Ph.D.. University 
of Michigan 

Walter D. Cibulskis, Associate Professor of Occupational Education (1970); M.S., 
Illinois Institute of Technology 

Merlin L. Clark, Associate Professor of Sociology (1960); M.A., College of the 
Pacific 

Caryn L. Cleeland, Assistant Professor of Speech (1980); M.A., Northwestern 
University 

Agnes B. Coffey, Assistant Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1978); M.S. 
Ed. (Library Sciences) Chicago State University; M.S. Ed., (Instructional 
Technology) Northern Illinois University 

Brasco H. Coleman, Associate Professor of Business Education (1973); Ed.D., 
Vanderbilt University 

Lillian M. Connolly, R.S.M., Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy (1984); 
M.A.M.S., University of Illinois-Medical Center 

June E. Cook. Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1971); Ph.D., Union 
Graduate School 

Wesley W. Daley, Associate Professor of Political Sciences (1978); Ph.D.. Howard 
University 

Anne M. Davis, Associate Professor of Nursing (1980); M.S.,. Simmons College; 
C.A.G.S., Boston University 

Margaret A. Davis, Instructor in Nursing (1980); M.S., Rush University 

Perseveranda N. DelaCruz, Instructor in Nursing (1980); M.Ed., Loyola University 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Angel M. Diaz, Professor of Special Education (1976) Ed.D., University of Houston 

Dorothy M. Dierickx, Associate Professor of Mathematics (1959-60; 1961); M.A., 
DePaul University; M.A., University of Chicago 

Donald C. Doig, Professor of Music (1967); M.M.. Eastman School of Music 

Margaret H. Duggar, Professor of English (1965); Ph.D., Indiana University 
Delia M. Dunham, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1966); 
M.S.Ed., Chicago State University; M.A., Loyola University 

Karen R. Echols, Instructor in Radiation Therapy (1983); B.S., Chicago State 
University; R.T. (T) (ARRT) 

Gary E. Eertmoed, Professor of Zoology (1970); Ph.D., University of Illinois 

Mary Teresa Egerer, Professor of English (1969); Ph.D., Radcliffe College 

M.A. Waheed Fakhri, Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1966); Ph.D., 
University of Michigan 

Barbara J. Farnandis, Associate Professor of Reading (1974); Ph.D., University of 
Chicago 

Arleen D. Fearing. Instructor in Nursing (1981); M.S., Northern Illinois University 

Ausbra Ford, Professor of Art (1969); M.F.A., School of the Art Institute of 
Chicago 

Susan Ford, Associate Professor of Biochemistry (1978); Ph.D., University of 
Chicago 

Eldridge T. Freeman, Jr., Associate Professor of Management (1973); M.S.Ed.. 
Indiana University 

Eve Gagne, Professor of Special Education (1980); Ph.D., University of Connecticut 

William R. Gamboni, Professor of Psychology (1970); Ph.D., University of Nevada 
Frank Garcia, Associate Professor of Music (1974); Ph.D.. Northwestern University 
Anthony Garcy, Professor of Physiology (1977); Ph.D., University of Illinois 
Maria T. Garreton. Assistant Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1981); Ph.D., 
Miami University 

Alain Gavin, Associate Professor of Art (1974); M.F.A., Brooklyn College 

Sylvia Gist, Assistant Professor of Occupational Education (1977); M.S., Chicago 
State University 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 

Alfred H. Gras, Professor of Music (1959); Ph.D., Northwestern University 

Jesse D. Green, Professor of English (1968); Ph.D., Northwestern University 

Vernice Green, Jr., Professor of Music (1972); M.M., Northwestern University 

P. Keith Gregg, Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1969); Ed. D., Michigan 
State University 

C. Eric Gronbech, Professor of Health, Physical Education, Recreation (1976); 
Ph.D., University of Maryland 

Mildred A. Groves, Professor of Psychology (1968); Ph.D., Illinois Institute of 
Technology 

Raj S. Gupta, Professor of Accounting (1978); Ph.D., Commercial University of 
Delhi 

Genevieve M. Hajduk, Associate Professor of French (1969); Ph.D., Northwestern 
University 

Beverly M. Harper, Assistant Professor of Nursing (1976); M.S.N., Yale University; 
M.P.H., University of Michigan 

Larry A. Harris, Assistant Professor of Reading (1976); M.A., University of 
Chicago 

Forrest E. Hazard, Professor of English (1964); Ph.D., University of Wisconsin; 
J.D., Chicago-Kent College of Law 

Carroll E. Henry. Associate Professor of Biology (1981); Ph.D., University of 
Chicago 

Hector M. Hernandez-Nieto, Professor of Spanish (1977); Ph.D.. University of 
Illinois 

Mariana G. Herrera, Assistant Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1977); 
M.A., University of Denver 

Olivia Hardeman Hidalgo, Instructor in Political Science (1985); M.P.A., Indiana 
University 

Joan M. Hill. Assistant Professor of Sociology (1974-81; 1983); M.A.. Chicago 
State University; M.A., Loyola University 

John J. Hobgood, Professor of Anthropology (1965); Ph.D.. Universidad 
Interamericana 

Katherine R. Hobgood, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources 
(1967); M.L.S., University of Washington 

Stephen F. Hofer, Associate Professor of Speech (1985); PhD.. Bowling Green 
State University 

Robert E. Hollins, Associate Professor of Chemistry (1977); Ph D.. Northwestern 
University 



ADMINISTRATION. CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Robert Holzberg, Associate Professor of Special Education (1981); Ed.D,, New 
York University 

Billie J. Howard, Assistant Professor of Nursing (1984); M.S.N., Loyola University 

Mildred M. Hull, Assistant Professor of Nursing (1975); M.S., St. Jofin's University 

Atha Hunt, Associate Professor of Finance (1975); M.A., Roosevelt University; 
M.B.A., University of Chicago; J.D., DePaul University 

William J. Hurley, Jr., Associate Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1961); 
M.A., DePaul University; M.S.Ed., Cfiicago State University 

Anne Kopp Hyman, Assistant Professor of Sociology (1985); Ph.D., University of 
Illinois at Chicago 

Babette F. Inglehart, Professor of English (1965); Ph.D., University of Chicago 

Wilbert Jackson. Professor of Psychology (1968); Ed.D., Colorado State College 

Reid S. James, Professor of Physiology (1972); Ph.D., University of Wisconsin 

Esther Jenkins, Associate Professor of Psychology (1977); Ph.D., University of 
Michigan 

Nancy J. Johnson, Professor of Mathematics (1976); Ph.D., University of Illinois 

Claire K. Jolie, Assistant Professor of Biology (1967); M.S., Michigan State 
University 

Gustavus A. Jones, Associate Professor of Health, Physical Education, Recreation 
(1965); M.A., Northwestern University 

Joyce Jones, Assistant Professor of Special Education (1977); M.S., Chicago State 
University 

Paul S. Kadota. Associate Professor of Psychology (1970); Ph.D., Northwestern 
University 

Jack A. Kaeck, Associate Professor of Physics (1982); Ph.D., Cornell University 

Norma 1. Karhoff, Associate Professor of Home Economics (1975); Ph.D., Ohio 
State University 



W. Kearney, Professor of History (1958); Ph.D., Loyola University 

Robert J. Kovarik, Professor of History (1963); Ph.D., St. Louis University 

Dorothy G. Kozeluh, Associate Professor of Health, Physical Education, 
Recreation (1955); M.A., Northwestern University 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Wolanyo Kpo, Instructor in Psychology (1985); M.S., Illinois Institute of Technology 

Rena Krizmis, Professor of Psychology/Counseling (1967); Ph.D., Loyola 
University 

Rita C. Kucera, Professor of History (1963); Ph.D., Loyola University 

Barbara L. Kuczen, Professor of Early Childhood & Elementary Education (1968); 
Ph.D., Loyola University 

Sang-hak Kwon, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1970); 
M.A.L.S., Rosary College; C.A.S., Yonsei University 

Ray U. Lane, Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1959-60; 1965); Ph.D., 
University of Chicago 

John J. Larsen, Associate Professor of Special Education (1976); Ed.D, Loyola 
University 

Norman G. Laws, Professor of Occupational Education (1969); Ed.D., Wayne State 
University 

Elroy M. Leach, Assistant Professor of Economics (1985); Ph.D., University of 
Illinois at Chicago 

Don L. Lee (Haki Madhubuti), Associate Professor of English (1984); M.F.A., 
University of Iowa 

Annie R. Leslie, Assistant Professor of Sociology (1985); Ph.D., Northwestern 
University 

Sloan T. Letman, Associate Professor of Corrections and Criminal Justice (1984); 
J.D., DePaul University 

Deborah B. Levi, Associate Professor of Nursing (1982); M.S.N., Rush University 

Gary B. Lewis, Professor of Accounting (1957); J.D.. DePaul University; C.P.A., 
State of Illinois 

Harry Liebler, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1976); Ph.D., 
New York University 

Rachel L. Lindsey. Associate Professor of Psychology (1976); Ph.D., University of 
Chicago 

Delores L. Lipscomb, Professor of English (1977); Ph.D., Union Graduate School 

Ben-chieh Liu, Professor of Information Systems (1982); Ph.D., Washington 
University 

Mati Maldre, Professor of Art (1972); M.S., Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of 
Technology 

Natividad Mancuyas, Assistant Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1968); 
M.A.L.S., Rosary College 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Pedro L. Martinez, Assistant Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1979); M.Ed., 
University of Hartford 

Sharon Matlock, Instructor in Nursing (1981); M.S., Northern Illinois University 

Hal McKinley, III, Assistant Professor of Physics (1984); Ph.D., Northwestern 
University 

Robert B. Meeker, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1979); 
M.L.S., Syracuse University; M.A., Lehigh University; C.A.S., University of 
Chicago 

Ivo Miletich, Assistant Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1974); M.A.L.S., 
Rosary College: M.A., University of Skopje 

Michael I. Miller, Assistant Professor of English (1985); Ph.D., University of 
Chicago 

Sidney G. Miller, Associate Professor of Heeilth, Physical Education, Recreation 
(1969); M.S. University of Illinois 

Michael N. Mimnaugh, Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1983); Ph.D., Purdue 
University 

Janet Mingo, Assistant Professor of Nursing (1983); M.S., University of Illinois 
Lucia V. Minnerly, Associate Professor of Psychology (1976); Ph.D., University of 
Chicago 

Annie M. Moore, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1974); M.A. 
University of Wisconsin; M.A., University of Illinois 

Edith Moran, Associate Professor of Dietetics (1979); M.S., Northern Illinois 
University; R.D. 

Rosalind A. Morgan, Assistant Professor of Counseling (1982); Ph.D., 
Northwestern University 

Frank V. Morzlock, Professor of Zoology (1972); Ph.D., University of Illinois 

Augusta A. Mylroie, Professor of Chemistry (1961); Ph.D., University of Illinois 

Abdul A. Nafoosi, Professor of Mathematics (1967); Ph.D., University of Colorado 

Kenneth W. Nelson, Associate Professor of Chemistry (1961); Ph.D., University of 
Notre Dame 

Pike C. Nelson, Associate Professor of Psychology (1967); Ed.D., Colorado State 
College 

Mary Q. Nuby, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1974); 
M.S.L.S., Atlanta University; C.A.S., Rosary College 



ADMINISTRATION. CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Frank R. O'Block, Professor of Psychology (1969); Ed.D., University of Illinois 

Cornelio S. J. Obordo, Assistant Professor of Nursing (1979); M.S.N., Go' 
State University; M.Ed., Loyola University 

Earl J. Ogletree, Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1968); Ed.D., Wayne 
State University 



Joan K. Oksas, Associate Professor of Library Sciences & Communications Media 
(1975); M.S.Ed., Chicago State University; M.S.Ed., Northern Illinois University 

Leslie Ollie, Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1968); Ph.D., University of 
Michigan 

Magne B. Olson, Professor of History (1967); Ph.D., University of Minnesota 

David C. Ongley, Instructor, Library & Learning Resources (1984); M.S.L., 
Western Michigan University 

Romanus Ozuruigbo, Assistant Professor of Accounting (1982); M.S., Roosevelt 
University 



E. Parejko, Professor of Philosophy (1969); Ph.D., Southern Illinois 
University 

Stephen A. Parker, Professor of Psychology (1970) Ph.D., Northwestern University 

Jashu Patel, Associate Professor of Library Sciences & Communications Media 
(1979); Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh 

Nampeang Pingkarawat, Assistant Professor of Economics (1982); Ph.D., 
University of Illinois, Chicago Circle 

Jan Pinkerton, Professor of English (1970); Ph.D., Harvard University 

Gloria D. Pleasont, Associate Professor of Reading (1976); Ph.D., University of 
Chicago 

Diana Poll, Professor of Early Childhood & Elementary Education (1970); Ph.D., 
Northwestern University 

Regina Poulard, Professor of English (1966); Ph.D., Loyola University 

Marv Price-Moisand, Associate Professor of Dietetics (1978); M.P.H., University of 
North Carolina; R.D. 

William J. Purcell, Professor of Mathematics (1952); Ed.D., Columbia University 

John A. Rackauskas, Professor of Early Childhood & Elementary Education 
(1968); Ph.D., University of Ottawa 

Alex J. Rakowski, Associate Professor of Psychology (1971); Ed.D., Nova 
University 

Lee L. Randolph, Professor of Art (1959); M.A.E., School of the Art Institute of 
Chicago; M.S., Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology 



ADMINISTRATION. CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Joseph N. Rathnau. Professor of Occupational Education (1969); Ph.D., University 
of Chicago; J.D., Illinois Institute of Technology 

Herbert L. Rau, Jr., Professor of Geography (1969); Ph.D., Northwestern 
University 

Lisa C. Raymond, Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Education, Recreation 
(1978); M.Ed., University of Illinois 

Colleen Reed, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy (1982); M.S., Rush 
University O.T.R. 

Thomas F. Reilly, Associate Professor of Special Education (1981); Ed.D,, 
Oklahoma University 

Helen K. Rhodes, Instructor in Corrections & Criminal Justice (1984); M.S., 
Chicago State University 

Kathryn P. Robinson, Assistant Professor of Nursing (1980); M.S., St. Xavier 
College 

Kitty K. Robinson, Professor of Early Childhood & Elementary Education (1966- 
67; 1968); Ph.D., Northwestern University 

Jorge J. Rodriquez-Florido, Associate Professor of Spanish (1978); M.S., 
(Mathematics) University of Illinois; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin at Madison 

John E. Ross, Instructor in Psychology & Counselor (1978); M.S.Ed., University of 

Wisconsin at Superior 

Irvin J. Roth, Professor of Geography (1972); Ph.D., Syracuse University 

Warren J. Roth. Professor of Anthropology (1971); Ph.D., Catholic University of 
America 

Marilyn W. Sadow, Professor of Reading (1978); Ph.D., University of Chicago 

Nadine J. Saitlin, Associate Professor of Art (1977); M.A., University of Illinois; 
M.A., Michigan State University 

Karen M. Samson, Assistant Professor of Reading (1981); Ph.D., University of 
Illinois 

Eddie Sanders, Jr., Assistant Professor of Management (1973); Acting Director of 

Academic Computing Services, M.S., George Williams College 
John A. Sanders, Professor of Mathematics (1974); Ph.D., University of Iowa 

Arlene Saretsky, Associate Professor of Reading (1975); Ed.D., Indiana University 

Donald G. Scherrer, Associate Professor of Health, Physical Education, Recreation 
(1980); Ph.D., Texas A. & M. University 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Herbert Scott, Jr., Professor of Corrections & Criminal Justice (1978); Ph.D., 
California Western University 

Annette M. Scullion, Professor of Business Education (1966); J.D., DePaul 

University; Ed.D., Nortfiern Illinois University 
Richard K. Seymour, Professor of Special Education (1973); Ph.D., Kent State 

University 

Peter J. Shapiro, Instructor, Library & Learning Resources (1984); M.S., 
University of Southwest Louisiana 

Mary Rose Shaughnessy, Professor of English (1968); Ph.D., University of 
Chicago 

John M. Shay, Professor of History (1970); Ph.D., Princeton University 

Sandra W. Shelton, Assistant Professor of Accounting (1985); MBA/CPA Indiana 
University; C.P.A., State of Illinois 

Warren V. Sherman, Professor of Chemistry (1968); Ph.D., University of London 

Howard A. Silver, Professor of Mathematics (1972); M.S. (Information Engineering) 
University of Illinois; Ph.D., University of Illinois 

Clyde Smith, Professor of Marketing (1978); Ph.D., Stanford University 

John A. Smith, Assistant Professor of Occupational Education (1972); M.S., 
Chicago State University 

Louise W. Smith-Reynolds, Instructor in Nursing (1980); M.S., DePaul University 

Sherwood Snyder III, Professor of Speech (1967); Ph.D., University of Minnesota 

Lindy W. Solon, Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1968); Ph.D., Iowa State 
University 

Lawrence R. Sondler. Assistant Professor of Reading (1978); M.S.T., University of 
Chicago 

Stanley S. Starkman, Professor of Psychology (1967); Ph.D., George Peabody 
College 

Kathleen A. Stroia, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy (1984); M.S.. West 
Virginia University 

Mark Sudeith, Assistant Professor of Music (1984); MM., Indiana University; MM., 
University of Minnesota 

Michael J. Sullivan, Professor of Mathematics (1965); Ph.D., Illinois Institute of 
Technology 

George Sved, Associate Professor. Library & Learning Resources (1965); Ph.D., 
Breslau University 



ADMINISTRATION, CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 



Phyllis R. Swanson, Professor of Health, Physical Education, Recreation (1958); 
Ed.D., University of Southern Mississippi 

Larry J. Szymczak, Assistant Professor of Biology (1983); Ph.D., University of 
Notre Dame 

Edjuana Tatem, Assistant Professor of Nursing (1968); M.S., St. Xavier College 

Leona M. Thomas, Instructor of Medical Record Administration (1984); B.A., 
Governors State University; R.R.A. 

Paul W. Titman, Professor of Biology (1955); Ph.D., Harvard University 

Edward D. Tromanhauser, Assistant Professor of Corrections & Criminal Justice 
(1976); M.A., (Criminal Justice) University of Illinois; M.S., Chicago State 
University; M.A., (Political Sciences) University of Illinois 

Robert L. Tyroler, Professor of Psychology (1967); University of Chicago 

Vilma E. Ujlaki, Professor of Curriculum & Instruction (1967); Ed. D., University 
of Tennessee 

Sandra Underwood, Associate Professor of Nursing (1979); M.S.N. Loyola 
University 

Anthony C. Vasis, Jr., Associate Professor of Occupational Education (1957); 
M.Ed., Loyola University; M.S., Stout Institute 

Marie Walker, Associate Professor of Nursing (1968); M.N., University of 
Washington 

Laurie Walker, Assistant Professor of Zoology (1984); M. Phil., Yale University 

Guang-nay Wang, Associate Professor of Mathematics (1980); Ed.D., Oklahoma 
State University 

Jesse Y. H. Wang, Professor of Computer Science (1983); Ph.D., Washington 
State University 

Jerry L. Warren, Professor of Psychology (1969); Ed.D., Colorado State College 

Aubrey D. Washington, Assistant Professor of Accounting (1985); MBA/CPA 
University of Michigan; C.P.A., State of Illinois 

Elmer L. Washington. Professor of Chemistry (1969) Ph.D., Illinois Institute of 
Technology 

Gary H. Webb, Associate Professor of Mathematics (1972); Ph.D., University of 
Kentucky 

Sandra Webb, Assistant Professor of Nursing (1980); M.S., University of Illinois, 
College of Nursing 

Mona Y. S. Wei, Associate Professor, Library & Learning Resources (1967); 
M.S.L., Western Michigan University; M.Ed., Loyola University 

Robert L. Weitz, Assistant Professor of Art (1975); M.A., University of Chicago 



ADMINISTRATION. CHAIRPERSONS AND FACULTY 

Donda C. West, Assistant Professor of English (1981); Ed.D., Auburn University 
Louis E. Whitworth, Professor of Music (1968); Ph.D., University of Wisconsin 
Lesley L. Williams, Professor of Chemistry (1968); Ph.D., University of Wis 



Dennis Wills, Instructor in Health, Physical Education, Recreation (1982); M.S., St. 
Xavier College; M.S.Ed., Chicago State University 

Dorothy B. Wilson, Instructor in Dietetics (1984); B.S., Tuskegee Institute; R.D. 

Marion L. Wilson-Comer, Associate Professor of Biology (1974); Ph.D., University 
of Illinois 



A. Wolter, Associate Professor of Special Education (1984); Ed.D., 
Northern Illinois University 

Christine Wu Yuan, Associate Professor of Biology (1978); Ph.D., Loyola 
University 

George Zazi, Instructor in Mathematics (1984); M.A., Loyola University 



95TH STREET 




A - Education Building (ED) F - Cook Administration Building (ADM) 

B - Business & Health Services Building (BHS) G - Physical Education & Athletics Complex (ATH) 

C - Arts & Sciences Building(A&S) H - Physical Plant Building (O&M) 

D - Williams Science Center (SCI) K - William Robinson University Center (RUC) 

E - Douglas Library (LIB) 



COLLEGE OF 




EDUCATION 




The College of Education's primary concern is the preparation of stu- 
dents for teaching careers in the following program areas: preschool, 
elementary, junior high school or secondary school, which lead to a 
Bachelor of Science in Education degree upon completion of require- 
ments. 



The University recognizing that the preparation of the highest quality 
of teachers is a joint effort — a total institutional responsibility, estab- 
lished a representative committee to coordinate all relevant resources 
to support the College of Education in accomplishing its mission and 
commitment to high quality teacher education. The function of the 
University Committee on Teacher Education is to review and 
adjudicate all matters pertaining to curricular change and revision, ad- 
mission and retention standards for teacher education, and policies 
governing teacher education. 




OUR DUTY TO TOMORROW'S CHILDREN 



These children to whom we have dedicated our lives are the 
security of coming generations. We, as future teachers, realize 
that we are the contractors designated to design a pattern of life 
for these children to follow. It must be elastic, it must be adapt- 
able, most of all it must be expressly for children. This is our 
Duty. It must be fulfilled. 




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The College of Business and Health Services has a four year 
program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. It is designed 
to provide a broad, liberal education that will allow students to 
pursue careers in business, industry, and government. 

The curriculum includes a general education core, a business 
administration core, and a choice of five professional options: 
Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, Management, Mar- 
keting, and Hotel/Restaurant Management. 



COLLEGE OF 




ARTS AND SCIENCES 



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The College of Arts and Sciences prepare students for a wide variety 
of occupational opportunities and for graduate work in the major area 
of study. All programs are designed to produce graduates who are 
broadly educated and have special knowledge and competence in their 
major field of study. 

The College of Arts and Sciences offers a Bachelor of Arts or a Bache- 
lor of Sciences degree. Their programs are: Computer Science, Cor- 
rections, Economics, Political Science, Psychology, 
Sociology/Anthropology, and Speech. There is also Art, Biology, 
Chemistry, English, Geography, History, Mathematics, Music, and 
Spanish which can be selected as a secondary teaching option. 



COLLEGE OF WILLIAMS 




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The William Science Center houses an abundance of classes. All de- 
sign to keep the student well informed and to teach them how to cope 
with the complexities of a modern and essentially changing society. 




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The Material Center contains learning assistance materials 
for education majors and is located in E-334 (Top 
Picture). The Learning Assistance Center provides tutor- 
ing services for students in need of temporary assistance 
with subjects which might otherwise become permanent 
stumbling blocks to successful completion of an 
undergraduate degree. The Judge H. Parker meditation 
room which is open throughout the day, and 
atmosphere for personal prayer and reflection. 




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PROFILE OF ROBINSON UNIVERSITY 
CENTER 

Robinson University Center symbolizes the past, present, and future of Chicago 
State University. Currently the site of Gulliver's Cafeteria, Follett's Bookstore, the 
Child Care Center, the Counseling Center, and the Offices of Student Activities, 
Career Planning and Placement, and Freshman Service, the Center was once part 
of the Burnside Yards of Illinois Central Railroad. 

The land bounded by 95th Street on the North, 100th Street on the South, King 
Drive on the West, and Cottage Grove Avenue on the East was occupied by the 
Illinois Central and the Chicago-Rock-Island Railroad beginning 1852. The building 
that is now Robinson University Center was built at the turn of the century as a 
locomotive repair shop. The Burnside Yards flourished during the late 19th and 
early 20th centuries, encouraging immigrant workers from Germany, England, 
Ireland, and Sweden to build homes in the surrounding community, which came to 
be known as Roseland. Black people began to settle in the area during the 1940's 
and by 1960 blacks represented 23% of Roseland's total population. 

The Board of Governors of State Colleges and Universities selected the Burnside 
Yards as the site for Chicago State's new campus, and paid $8 million for 161 
acres of land in February, 1968. Thereafter a debate ensued as to how to develop 
the campus: one suggestion was to include lounges and dining facilities in each of 
the academic buildings; another was to build a separate facility for non-academic 
activities. The stalemate was resolved with the decision to renovate the 
"locomotive repair shop" as a center for extra curricular programs. Thus, in addi- 
tion to the stores and services mentioned earlier, RUC is also the home of Tempo, 
CSU's student newspaper. Emblem, the yearbook, and the Student 
Government Association, which coordinates the activities of all student organiz- 
ations. 

The Robinson University Center was named for the late William H. Robinson, a 
state legislator and former Director of the Cook County Department of Public Aid. 
Today it stands as a symbol of the origins of Chicago State University, and a 
laboratory where students develop the personal and social skills that help to shape 
the University's future. 



CHILD CARE AND EARLY LEARNING PROGRAM 





Chicago State University Child Care and Early learning 
program provides quality care for preschool children. The 
philosophy of CSU's child care program is to provide an envir- 
onment in which social, physical, intellectual, and emotional 
growth is encouraged by a professional staff, and a well orga- 
nized curriculum. This program allows students with young chil- 
dren to attend classes and work. Parents know their child is 
being well taken care of by a trained staff. 



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CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT 

The Office of Career Planning and Placement is designed 
to help students and alumni to determine vocational 
objectives and related career options. Students are strong- 
ly encouraged to visit the Career Planning and Placement 
to confer with the staff. The career information library 
maintains an up-to-date collection of company brochures, 
graduate and professional school catalogs, career develop- 
ment job search materials, and current employment list- 
ings. This department also sponsors Career Day which al- 
lows employers in the surrounding Chicago area to 
interview seniors and other prospective employees. 



Dr Ay*?rs and Dr Colemdn confer with employers at Career Day 




STUDENT 
ACTIVITIES 





(Left to right) lona league. Secretary, Vicki Wilson. Coordinator of Student Organizations and Programs, Ben 
Bates, Director of Student Activities, Mary E. Greir, Secretary, arc part of the student activities team. 



The Student Activities office provides the 
leadership for the Student Service Office, 
and Division of Student Affairs. The entire 
staff is available to assist in a variety of 
ways, such as, the interpretation of student 
policies, and the resolution of personal, so- 
cial, and academic concerns. 



Center. Doris Turner. Assistant Director of William Robinson 




GULLIVERS 
CAFETERIA 



Gullivers provides food service for Chicago State 
University. It also is used for luncfieons, 
receptions and anniversaries. The Pre-Thanksgiv- 
ing Dinner (right) was catered there. Between 
classes students, faculty and visitors meet, eat 
and discuss various subjects in a congenial 
atmosphere. 









Orangetta Henderson, Manager and Mindy Capps, Assistant Manager. 



FOLLETTS 




The bookstore provides students with books, sup- 
plies and other necessary materials for their col- 
lege career. It enhances their college life by hav- 
ing a section called Cougars Corner. This section 
has posters, greeting cards and cassette players. 
There is also a vast selection of CSU clothing and 
memorabilia. 



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rolyn Gaston, Ralph Able (middle) Greg Murray, Milton Anderson, Paulette Cowling 
on Barksdale. 



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COUNSELING CENTER AND FRESHMEN SERVICES 




Jimmy Toblin, Annette Stephenson, John Ross, Rosalind Morgan, Barbara Henley, Direc- 
tor and Rena Krizmis (left to right) are the Counseling Center staff. 




The Counseling Center is responsible for 
providing psychological and other 
counseling service to all members of the 
university community. The staff is con- 
cerned not only with the mental health 
of individual students, faculty, and staff 
but also with helping to create an educa- 
tional environment which is conducive to 
the educational growth and development 
of all persons. 



The Freshmen Services program is de- 
signed to help prepare the freshmen stu- 
dents to meet the demand of acquiring a 
higher education by becoming fully 
equipped with the necessary skills essen- 
tial for academic success. Freshmen ser- 
vices will provide supportive services 
outside of the classroom which will 
include supplemental tutorial services, 
academic counseling, and skills develop- 
ment workshops. 



Beatriz Gutierrez, Jacquline Irwin, Cynthia Armster, Director, Lyndon Crawford, Murine 
Mustiful, Geraldyne Anthony make up the Freshmen Services department. 



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Lisa Wilson and Wendy Alexander work 
with Freshmen Services and offers stu- 
dents to talk to them on a student to stu- 
dent basis. 






TEMPO, EMBLEM AND SGA 




Tempo is a bi-weekly newspa 
per produced by the students 
It is one way to keep up with 
all that is happening at Chicago 
State University, as well as the 
surrounding community. 



Emblem features graduating 
seniors. Alumni and an abun- 
dance of candid photos and 
events of the year. The Em- 
blem is a record, reminder and 
most of all a keepsake of 
shared experiences at beautiful 
Chicago State University. 



Student Government Associa- 
tion exists primarily to serve 
students, to address student 
concerns and needs and to 
provide services which enhance 
overall students life and devel- 
opment. SGA serves as the um- 
brella for all campus student or- 
ganizations. 



Haven Fisher, Eddie Kemp, Renee Blact<n 



MENAGERIE 



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The tulips stand tall again, 
but they're still pissed. Last 
night your victim was closed, 
collapsed on himself. This 
morning he opened, but weakly, 
suffering from the ignominious 
fate of the favored one, plucked 
from his family, his life stem 
snapped and .set in the shadow 
of pompons, his last days spent 
in tap water. He glows velvet 
red and closes and opens, closes 
again, and smiles valiantly. The 
tulips know it could have happened 
to any of them, but you had best 
use the back door for a while 
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revenge, bad blood in the flower bed. 



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calls out loud 

the poem awaits 

its naked body 

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to be read out 

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1 see the serious stare of people 

their eyes upon me 

1 sense the power 

1 feel to burst 

the hidden voice 

the poet 

wishes no nonsense 
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Jose El D. Cheyo 
Sandra Gildersleeve 
James Linn 
Gladys Love Harris 
Joseph W. Drew 
Michael Brown 
Zheng Juexin 
Marcellus Leonard 
Patricia Liddell 
Nicholette Brunious 
Michael Gronin 
Robert Courtney 
Michael Brennan Smith 
Barbara Sulkowski 
John Eskra 
Rose I. Blouin 
Josephine Harris 
Morris B. Underwood 
Jonda West 



MEriAQERIE is published by the students of Chicago 
State University and is aimed at encouraging the writing 
and publication of original manuscript material by 
members of the university community. 



Due to circumstances beyond our control the 
following student organizations did not submit 
information to us concerning their 
organization. However, these organizations 
received funds from students activity fees and 
we want each organization to receive the 
recognition that is due to them. 



Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 

Biological Society 

Black Student Psychological Assoc. 

Business Education Assoc. 

Cheerleaders 

Chess Club 

Criminal Justice/Corrections Society 

Evening Student's Club 

Finance Club 

Geography Society 

Information System's Club 

Industrial Education 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 

Latin American Student Assoc. (O.L.A.S.i 

Library Media Guild 

Modeling Club 



Phi Lambda Sigma 

Physical Therapy Club 

Political Science Assoc. 

Radiation Therapy 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority 

Sigma Iota Lambda (Pre-Law) 

Student Nurses Assoc. 

Student Occupational Therapy Assoc. 

Swimming Team 

Tennis Team 

Track & Field 

Voices of Inspiration 

Volleyball 

Wrestling Team 

Women's Track/Cross Country 



STUDENT 





ACTIVITIES 



A "full-time" class schedule of 15 credit hours averages about three hours in the 
classroom per day. Is three hours a day enough education for you? The Office of 
Student Activities sponsors programs to enhance classroom experience, programs 
that make your education more valuable and fulfilling. 

Through its work with the Student Government Association and with individual stu- 
dent organizations, the Student Activities Office encourages students to make them- 
selves heard at CSU. Extra curricular activities enable students to assume leadership 
positions, make decisions, initiate and implement programs. In class, such opportuni- 
ties are limited, but they are vital for student development. The best environment for 
learning is one in which students take an active role in their own education. 

The Division of Student Affairs, the Student Development Unit, and the Office of 
Student Activities share a commitment to create a positive learning environment at 
Chicago State University. 




JAZZ CLUB 




The Jazz Club, sponsored by Professor Bunky Green, is composed i 
currently enrolled students at CSU that are Interested in jazz but not I 
exclude other expressions of music 



i ne ciuDs purpose is to promote communica' 
and the CSU community at large, using th 
accomplish this purpose. 



between CSU 
le expressions of r 



Victor "z" Pollard. Kimberly Johnson, Richard Gibbs, Ronald Davis. Brian Johnson. Nate Juni. 
Drucilla Cox. Troy Smith, Milton "Timbale" Bodley, Tyrone Tatum. Ron Kubelik, Kerry Davis. 
James, Lathario Lee, Ternck Verges. Anita Walker, fvlelanie Noahniyah. Dominique Roumaine, 
iona Teaque. Pearl Wadley, Ann, Willie Torrence. Khrista Nichols, Prof. Bunky Green, Herman 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



Mayor Harold Washington 

and S G,A 

Members 

Haven Fisher 

Shona Varnado 

Eddie Kemp 




TEMPO 



The Early Years World War II saw Tempo becom- 
ing a female dominant. The sports' page carried a 
column called "Squad Write" which told of return- 
ing servicemen and those departing. The column 
"Ramblings" had information on the latest events 
happening on campus and nationwide. 

In the year of 1946 there was a staff reorganization. 
A managing editorship was created along with edi- 
tor-in-chief to prepare Tempo for the fall semester. 
1947 found Tempo expanding with "Letters to the 
Editor", "Tillie Tells", "Verse and Reverse" 
columns, more pictures and cartoons. Sports news 
became more prominent with the reappearance of 
men at CTC (Chicago Teachers College). As the 
years progress, so did Tempo and it is still progress- 
ing. 



Chicago 



ENTS FIGHT TO KEEP NORM 




Petitions Contain 
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(From bottom to top) Kimberly Johnson, Eyvette Borum, Dedria Jackson, Latoria Carrol. William Montgomery, Christopher Gladney, 
Lisa Chappel, Samuel D Nelson. Lisa Wilson. Willie Mitchel. Patricia Liddell, John Arrington, Haki Madhubuti, Douglas L Allen, 
Laura Harris, Charles E Whitney Jr. (Not pictured Art Misienwicz. Helen Jones, Dclores Tolliver) 



EMBLEM 




Stephanie Roberts Martha Vincetv 

Eugenia Monti|0 Dennis Dloiihy 

Verna Thomas Kennlh Bennett 



In 1869, the first Emblem year- 
book was produced with the 
purpose of recording the year's 
a colorful and artistic 
manner. A hundred yars later 
the Emblem is still making a 
colorful yearbook using words 
and pictures. 

The Emblem staff works hard 
each and every year with the 
purpose of producing a better 
book that reflects the year that 
has gone by. 



KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY INC. 




L to R , Lafayette Watkms, Lavernc Carter, Wvn Bradley. Graig Charleston. Stephani, 
Darryl Phillips 




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1986 Scrollers Klub of Kappa Alpha Psi 
Fraternity Inc. L. to R. Renard 

Douglas "Fresh" Williams, 
Loyoll Keith Parks, Ernest "Rocky" 
Wilson 




Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. was founded January 5, 1911 a 
Indiana University. Formulated from the aspirations of ter 
distinguished black men the fundamental purpose of Kappa Alpht 
Psi, is achievement through every field of human endeavor, whicf 
is undertaken by undergraduate and alumni chapters throughou 
the major campuses and cities in the United States, the Virgir 
Islands, and West Germany. 

The men of Kappa Alpha Psi, are advocators of campus life 
general, and they are deeply devoted to community services, such 
as, fund raisers, blood drives, food and clothing drives, and volun 
teer work at nursing homes and hospitals. 



L (0 R Doug William 


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ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY 




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Alpha Phi Alpha, the first black Greek letter organization, was 
founded at Cornell University, in 1906. It was originally founded to 
establish a social scting for the black men on campus at that time 

Alpha Phi Alpha of the Nu Delta Chapter at CSU was founded in 
1977- The Brothers at CSU sponsor various community service 
projects and promote academic excellence. 



PHI BETA SIGMA 




Front: Darren Stevens, Dr. R. Krizmis (Advisor), Carlton Jackson, Walter Overton, 
Steven Ballard, Dwayne Spires. Back: William Knight, Brian Reynolds, Mark 
Husband, Tony Walker, Keith Williams 

Founded January 9, 1914 on the campus of Howard University in Wahington D.C. by 
A. Langston Taylor, Leonard F. Morse, and Charles 1, Brown. 

The motto of the fraternity is "Culture for Service and Service for Humanity", but 
OBE is basically a provider of service for the community. The fraternity have such 
national projects as Sigma Against Disease, Bigger and Better Business, Social Educa- 
tion. They are also lifetime members of NAACP. 



Left: Yvette Harris, Kareyn Henderson, Stacy Bailey, Jori 1 
Beell, Priscilla Price, Center: Davilan Nichols, Front: 
Fayette Coleman 



MODELING CLUB 






Rhonda BernctI (member) 


The Modeling Club is one of Chicago State University's top campus organizations. They 


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sponsor fashion shows on campus to expose their members to the community and to develop 
their talent. 

The members of this club range from novice to professional models. The club is for those 




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POM-PON SQUAD 



1 Brenda Weston (Sec). 2 Danielle Sharpc, 3 Gala Edwards (Co- 
Capt ), 4 Yolanda Woods, 5 Anita BryanKCapt), Not Pictured 
Latoria Carroll. Grace Hillard. Lillian Wardell. Rose Williamson 




PHI LAMBDA SIGMA 




1 Theo Esmond (Treasurer). 2 Pat Ferguson (Vice-President). 3. 
Kcnnetti Maddox (Sergeant at Arms). 4 Sharon Pendleton (President). 
5 Dr George Stroia (Advisor). 



PEP SQUAD 



I Melanie Brunett. 2 Deborah Brumfield, 3. Lajuana Newman. 4. 
Willie Nunully. 5. Allen Wilhouite. 6 Veronica Anthony. 7. Trina 
Gaines. 8 Renee Docier. 9 Valerie Butler. 10 Stephanie Marshall. 

II Roslind Ross. 12 Nina Whaley. 13 Marva Trussel. 14 Harold 
Black, 15 Henry Davis. 16 Alvita Payne. 17 Mary Willoughby 




PHI BETA LAMBDA 




Anthony Williams. 2, Angelique Dowdy. 3. Marlon Conway (Vice- 
rt^sident). 4 Nedra Robinson. 5, Toya Davis (President). 6 Cynthia 
rawford. 7 Carlo Chandler. 8 Eldndge T Freeman. Jr (Advisor). 

Michael Thomas. 10 Sabrena Givcns(Treasurer). 11 Ron Foster, 



CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 



Tyson, 2 Darrell, 3, Keith Kysel. 4 Maria, 5, Denise, 6 Ma 
, 7 JuliC Zegar, 8. Lisa Baily. 9, William Jeffcrs. 10 Lave 
11 Antonio Williams. 12. Lorna Nelson. 13. Mike Evans, 




BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



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1 Bob BlanderlSlage B S U Directorl. 2 Arthur StephenslAdvisoi 
3 Maxinc McNeil, 4. Odean Lawrence. 5. Liz Harris, 6 Brc 
HilllPresidentI, 7 Frank CoferlCity B.S.U, Director). 8, Geraldir 
Howard, 9. Lori Gore, 10. April PearsonlVol, Director.). 



ORGANIZATION OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDENTS 




(Organization of Latin American Students). The func- 
tion and purpose of O.L.A.S. is to stimulate a aware- 
ness and expose tfie Spanish culture through different 
activities. O.L.A.S. holds a film festival in the fall fea- 
turing hispanic films depicting the hispanic culture. 
This organization also participates in the midwest his- 
panic sportsfest held annually at Indiana University. 
This sportsfest consist of a number of colleges and uni- 
versities hispanic clubs which compete in a number of 
sports events. 



MODEL UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION 




The Model United Nations Association was founded by 
Dr. Robert J. Kovarik about 1963. The function of the 
Model U.N. is to provide Chicago State students and 
local high school students with practical experience in 
debate, negotiations, and compromise in a simulated 
United Nation setting. Dr. Robert J. Kovarik is the 
groups advisor and also a member of the board of di- 
rectors. 

The Model U.N Association holds a city wide Model 
U.N. conference for Chicago high schools every year. 
The association also participates in the Mid West Mod- 
el U.N. held annually in St. Louis, Missouri for a col- 
lege level simulation of the United Nations. Each 
participating school is assigned a country to role-play in 
the conference. 

The purpose of the Model U.N. Association is to enrich 
its members with international law and develop an un- 
derstanding of concerns and solutions to many 
international problems. 



W.I.N.E. PSI PHI INC. 



WINE, stands for We initiate New Experiences, 
promotes cultural, political, social and economical 
involvement within the community. In 1962, at 
Howard University the organization of W.I.N.E. 
Psi Phi was founded. It was during this time that 
the men and women of W.I.N.E. decided to 
bridge a gap between the academic community 
and the many social service organizations in 
Washington, D.C. Many of these groups were 
crying out for help in educating their young, aca- 
demically as well as socially. 




Tamara Taylor. Janice Thompson 



MODERN LANGUAGES ORGANIZATION 



The purpose of the Modern Languages Organiza- 
tion is to promote and provide additional learning 
opportunities for all students. Particularly for 
those engaged in the study of foreign languages 
so as to improve their understanding and appre- 
ciation for the cultures and their diversities and 
similarities. 




Members of 198b Modern Languages Organ 



INFORMATION SYSTEMS CLUB 



Seated Tracy Williams. Standing L to R Santos Marchan(rccording 
sec ), Wyn Bradly(Vice Pres ), Elizabeth Nunn(exec sec ). Keith 
McLendonlPrcs ), Mannie King(dircctor of programs). Bill Abirached. 
Chris Wanton 




SOCIAL SERVICE WORKERS CLUB 




Top Row Carolyn Hill, Tina West, Selma Todd. Debra Ayers. Ernestir 
Williams Third Row Juanita Williams. Tishunda Foster. Second Ro\ 
Emma Wrencher. Lyndel Holmes. Dr Anne Kopp Hyman. First Ro\ 
Betty Newman. Patricia Common. Claudia Smith, Harold Gibson. 



INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY 
ASSOCIATION 



Back Row Benson Ogutuga. Do 



Daniels(Presidcnt). Belinda CampbilKSe 
William Briggs Jr. (Vice Pres.) 



. Peter McCullough. 
t Row TH K 
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE 




L to R Henry Davis, Tony Curelon. Suzctte McNeal, Micheal 
Dlckerson. Dominique Roumain, Malcomm. Erasmus Ezeji. Kim Es- 



PRE LAW CLUB 



Eddi. Kabir Lawal, James Carter. Rosemary McClcndon(Vice Pres), Dr 
Bloss(Advisor). Linda Williams. Tamar Euans, 




MODEL III GOVERNMENT 




L 10 R. John Banks, (name unavailable). Jacoby Crutcher. (name 
unavailable). Mike, (name unavailable). James Carter(President). Dr 
Daley, (name unavailable) 




Army ROTC was first offered at Chicago State University in 1975 through a cross-enrollment agreement with 
UIC. In 1982, CSU was elevated to Extention Center status and military personnel were assigned on campus 
for the first time. Enrollment has grown from a handful in 1982 to more than 60 students this semester. 



Chicago State University has been selected for host status as an independent Reserve Officer Training Corps 
Battalion and by this time next year will be in the final stages of separating from its parent unit at the 
University of Illinois at Chicago. 



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tarily to reflect on our past years at Chicago 
State University. Our roads have led through a 
series of classes, exams, book sales, workshops, 
concerts, bake sales, intramural games and tour- 
naments, homecomings, certification exams, and 
now commencement. Only through our exper- 
iences in the classroom and in the field, can we 
realize how much our instructors have trained 
and prepared us for the future. We look back 
with an attitude of perseverence, achievement, 
and satisfaction. We hope that Emblem will 
serve to illustrate some of the memories that 
marked your pathways through C.S.U. 



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SEASON #2 IN DIVISION 1 



Cougars Flying High 





CHICAGO ST. 84. UTICA 61 

Shawn Bell scored 24 points and 

Darren Brittman 21 as the Cougars 

(9-4) beat the host Pioneers (4-6). 

RAINBOW CLASSIC 

Jim Les' two free throws with 
Tive seconds left gave Bradley (10- 
1) a 58-56 overtime win over Vil- 
lanova (G-5) in a consolation game 
at Honolulu. Hersey Hawkins' 5t«al 
set up the winning ■points. 

UTEP 58, OHIO STATE 57 

Juden Smith' hit 17 points, in- 
cluding a last-minute free throw, to 
help host. Texas-El Paso (10-1) top 
the Buckeyes (9-2) in the Sun Bowl 
Tournament semifinals. 

WARHAWK TOURNEY 

Robert Barnes and Duance 
Vance each scored 14 points to lift 
host Wisconsin-Whitewater (7-0) 
to an 80-75 overtime victory over 
Bcloit College (6-3) in the cham- 
pionship game. In the consolation 
game, Maurice Culpepper scored 29 
points and Eddie Hill added 20 to 
pace Aurora College (8-4) 83-66 
over Cardinal Stritch (11-4). 



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Darron Brittman scored 28 points 
83 Chicago State (8-4) dropped 
Coppin Stat© (4-5) 89-73 in the 
first-round game at the Utica (N.Y.) 
Holiday Classic. . . . Spring Hill ol 
Alabama (6-6) downed llllnola Tech 
(3-9) 79-64 in Chicago. . . . Reggie 
Harper and Otis Green scored 16 
points apiece to lead St. Xavler (10- 
4) over Indlana-Purdue-lndlanapolls 
(3-8) 70-66 in Chicago. . . . Center 
Mike Slarks connected for 18 points 
to lead North Park (7-3) to a 62-41 



victory over Wisconsin-Milwaukee 
(3-7) lor the championship of the 
host's holiday tournament. . . . Belolt 
(6-2) posted a 75-69 victory over 
Aurora (7-4). ... Jim Niberl scored 
17 points as Quincy (11-2) defeated 
Angelo State (8-5) 74-63 tor the 
Championship ol Its own. tournamenj. 

CHICAGO ST. 75, 
SAN FRANCISCO 59 

Guard. Djrron Britimnn. 
scored 26 points to load the 



Cougars (5-4) over the Dc is 
(4-3) in the Albertson's Hi i- 
day Classic at Boise, Idal.o. 

TENNESSEE 79, 

FURMAN 45 

Junior Tony White tossed 

in a game-high 24 points us 

the Volunteers (5-1) opened 

a 23-0 lead and beat Fi 

(4-4) in the opening round of 

the Volunteer Classic at 

Knoxvillc, Tcnn. ! 

The Volunteers will ployi 

for the title against North 

Carolina-Wilmington, which 

edged past Baylor 58-56, 

GEORGIA G7, 

NEBRASKA 63 

David Dunn scored 15 

points, including two clutch 

free throws, to lead the Bull' 

Jog3(5-2) over the host Corn- 

luskers (6-2). 

RICHMOND 67, 
VA. COMM. 65 
John Newman scored five 
of Ilia game-high 30 points ir 
the extra period as Rich 
mond (7-0) rallied to bcu 
visiting Virginia Common 
wealth (1-5). 



CSO's 
speed 
byrns 
UIC 

By Lacy J. Banks 

So you want to know why DePaul, 
Loyola, Illinois, Northwestern and- oth- 
er nearby Division I schools aren't eager 
to play coach Bob Hallberg's Chicago 
State CDugars? 

The south side Cougars perhaps 
showed why last night at the Pavilion, 
running past the UIC Flames for an 
ea-'.y 90-74 victory. 

"Personally, I don't think the final 
score was the main issue tonight," said 
Hallberg. "What matters is that two 
Chicago Division I schools played each 
other. Don't get me wrong. Just because 
we won one game, I'm not saying 'Bring 
on the world!' But why can't Chicago 
Division I teams play each other more 
consistently?" 

Halllierp, whose 4-4 team is in the 
second year of Division I status, ex- 
pressed gratitude that Flame coach 
Willie Little, whose team jumped to 
Division I in 1981, scheduled last 
night's game. Then he gave his opinion 
why other schools turn him down. 

"I guess it's because some schools are 
afraid to lose to certain schools," said 
Hallberg. "I'm not afraid to lose to 
anybody. But I do believe until we all 
play each other consistently, Chicago 
basketball fans will be cheated. 

"I think the fans would rather see a 
Chicago team play a Chicago team 
sometimes instead of some team from 
New York. But the other teams feel 
that since they ha\'e their programs 
established they don't see any reason to 
help us out." 

Kx-Collins star Paul Beene and ex- 
CVS standout Darron Brittman, the 
Cougars' 6 foot guards, paced last 
night's victory with 20 and 18 points 
resjM'Ctively. Chicago Slate also got 17 
points from forward Willie James (of 
Clemcnte) and 11 each from forwards 
Fred Shtpard (King) and Shawn Bell 
(who also had a game high four steals). 

Sophomore guard Eric I>ongino had 
20 points for the Flames (3-6). who got 
17 from fiirward Dick Knar and 11 from 
guard Bobby I.ocke. 

In essence, the speed, quickness and 
outside shooting of Chicago State was 
loo much for the UIC zone After scor- 
ing the g.nme's first four points, the 
C„u-ars jHrmilUd the Kl.ime» n C, r, 



HEADLINES 




SLN TIMES Bob Black 

Nathan Chambers of Illinois-Chicago (4.5) prevents Chicago State's 
Fred Shepard from Boing to the basket last night. CSU won 90-74. 



lead and a 10 10 tie. Oiit'.ide of that. 


everything we tried to do." 


the Cougars led by 18 three times. They 


Little saw the game matching his 


forced the Flames to .>;hoot 40 percent 


team's youth and greater size against 


from the field, turn the ball over 19 


Chicago Slate's superior speed, quick- 


times and watch while Ihev converted 


ness and experience. In the end, the 


the turnovers into at le.i'-t a do/en fast 


Cougars proved too tough. 


break layups. 


"At times, they even appeared to 


Aflcrvvard, Little mnde his players 


intimidate us with their speed," said 


stay .some 30 extra minutes in the 


Little. "Plus, Brittman and Beene were 


dressing room. 


just too experienced for us. Beene shot 


"1 reminded them that we are only 


extremely well, especially from the out- 


[six] games into the scaM.n and this 


side." 


game was mi rely gc.nred to help prepare 


"Chicago Slate may have won this 


us for our conference play." said Little. 


bnttle. But not the war. Next year, I 


"We knew we h.id a tough game plaving 


just hope we have a bigger crowd (than 


Chicago Stale. Tluy beat Illinois Stale 


last night's 879] so that ihev can sec ur. 


bv 10, And tonight, they li.ok us out of 

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whi|) Chicago Stale." 



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Kneeling Veronica Harris, Tamala Reed, 
Noel Drain. Daphyne Head. Gwen Gunter, 
Susan Beecher. 




Standing Head Coach Francine St, Clair. 
Jackie Harris, Lisa Hughes, Anita Gilkey, 
Debbie Anderson, Deborah Richmond, Bet- 
ty Arnold. Asst. Coach Sue Kovacs 



1985-86 WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 
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Rodney Johnson. 9. Anthony Bowling. lU. fvlanager Eddie Terrell. 




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MEN'S BASEBALL TEAM 




Back Row L to R 1 Head Coach Sue Kovacs, 2 Dapyne Head, 3. Trish Listen, 4 Donna Poczos, 5, Cynthia Lloyd-Vallot, 6, Asst Coach Melvin Hubbard, Front 
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". . . / still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted 
in the American dream. I have a dream that one day 
this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning 
of Its creed: 'We hold these truths to be self- 
evident— that all men are created equal. ' I have a 
dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia the 
sons of former slaves and the sons of former 
slaveowners will be able to sit down together at the 
table of brotherhood ...I have a dream that my four 
little children will one day live in a nation where they 
will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the 
content of their character " 



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INDEX 



ABIRACHED. WILLIAM; page 97 
BS Information systems 
Member of Information systems club, 
played soccer and basketball 

ABRAMS, LENORA; page 97 

BS Business Education 

Chicago Business Education Association 

ABU-HABSAH. MOHAMMAD; page 

97 

BA Computer Science 

AJAKL GLORIA; page 97 
BS Corrections 

AKINS, OTTIE; page 97 
BS Special Education 

AKINS. ROBIN; page 97 

BS Nursing 

Student Nurses Association 

ALI-BALOGUN, BRADEBO; page 97 
BS Corrections 

ALOHAN. IDRIS; page 97 
BS Accounting 
Deans List 

ANDERSON, ROY; page 97 
MS Occupational Education 

ATKINS. DEBORAH; page 97 
BA Board of Governors 
Math Tutor 

AYERS, DEBRA; page 97 

BS Sociology 

Member of the Christian Fellowship Club 



B 



BANGER, BARBARA; page 97 
BS Accounting 



BARNES, JACQUELYN; page 97 

BS Recreation 

Kappa Sweetheart, Ms. Congeniality 

(1983) 

Member of Student Government 

Affirmative Action Chairperson (1982) 

BARNES, JESSIE; page 97 
BS Radiation Therapy 

BATTLE, YVETTE; page 97 
BS Biology/Pre-Professional 
Biology Society, Chemistry club, 
Cadeccus 

BAUGHTON, EARLIE; page 97 
BS Sp. Ed. Mildly Handicapped 

BECK, ANITA; page 98 

MS ED Guidance/Counseling 

Black Student Psychological Association 

BECKMAN, DOLORES; page 98 
BA Sociology 
Honor's List 

BELL, JUDITH; page 98 

BS Nursing 

SNACS-Treasurer (Student Nurses at 

Chicago State) 

BELL, LANA; page 98 
BA Psychology 

BELL, MAURICE; page 98 
BA Political Science 

BERNARD, STEVEN; page 98 
BS Bus. Adm/Management 
Member of American Marketing 
Association 

BILLUPS, ALBERT; page 98 
Board of Governors 

BLACK, VERNON; page 98 
BS Information Systems 



BLAIR. ANGELA; page 98 
BA Special Education 

BLAND, CONNIE; page 98 
BS Radiation Therapy Tech 

BODLEY, KELVIN; page 98 

BS Business Management 

Chairman of Black Teenagers for Higher 

Education 

President of X-Men for higher 

achievement 

BOWERS. ANTHONY; page 98 
BS Psychology 

BOWMAN, HAZEL; page 98 
BS Business Education 

BRANCH. DUANE; page 98 

BA Marketing 

Zeta Phi Beta, American Marketing 

Association 

BROWN, MATTIE; page 99 
MA Geography 

BROWN, SHIRLEY; page 99 

BA 

Phi Theta Kappa 

Student Government Senator 

Member of Midwestern Criminal Justice 

Association 

BROWN. SHIRLEY; page 99 

MSED Lib Sci/Communication 

Media/Educ. 

Phi Beta Lambda (1983-1984) Public 

Manager of Finance Club 

Recreation Therapy, Graduate Assistant 

BUCHANNAN, MARTHA; page 99 
BS Data Processing 

BUFFORD, JOANN; page 99 
BA Political Science 

BURKE, KIRKLAND; page 99 
BA Board of Governors 



BUSSELL. JULIA; page 99 

BS Computer Science 

Dean's List, Student Government 

Association 

BUTLER, WILLIAM; page 99 
BS Education 

BOWERS. ANTHONY; page 98 
BS Psychology 

BOWMAN. HAZEL; page 98 
BS Business Education 

BRANCH. DUANE; page 98 
BA Marketing 

BROWN. EARLEEN; page 99 

BS Marketing 

Zeta Phi Beta, American Marketing 

Association 

BROWN, MATTIE; page 99 
MA GEOGRAPHY 

BROWN. SHIRLEY; page 99 
BA (Missing) 

BROWN. SHIRLEY; page 99 
MSED Lib Sci/Comm Media/Educ. 
Phi Beta Lambda (1983-84) Public 
Manager of Finance Club 
Recreation Therapy, Graduate Assistant. 

BUCHANNAN. MARTHA; page 99 
BS Data Processing 

BUFFORD. JOANN; page 99 
BA Political Science 

BURKE, KIRKLAND; page 99 
BA Board of Governors 

BUSSELL. JULIA; page 99 

BS Computer Science 

Dean's List, Student Government 

Association 

BUTLER, WILLIAM; page 99 
BS Education 



CADE, MICHELLE 

BS Accounting 
Dean's List 

CADE, WALTER; page 
BS Business Administration 

CALDWELL, KAREN; page 99 
BS Computer Science 

CARR, ALBERTA; page 99 

BS Computer Science 

Sigma Tau Omega, Finalist in Miss CSU 

Homecoming (1986). 

Gospel Choir (1980-81), Radio Club 

WCSB, Special Services Graduate 

CARTER, DOROTHY; page 99 

BS Business Education 

BESA, Modern Languages Club 

CARTER, JAMES; page 99 

BA Political Science 

Lt. Governor — Model Illinois Government. 

(President) Model Illinois Govt. 

(CSU Chapter) Political Science Club. 

President — Sigma Iota Lambda (Pre-Law 

Club) 

CHAMBERS, NATHANIEL; page 99 
BA Board of Governors 

CHANDLER, CAROL; page 99 
BS Information Systems 
Phi Beta Lambda — President 
Member of Information Systems Club 

CLAIBORNE, WOODROE; page 99 
BS Accounting 

CLARK, RODNEY; page 99 
BA Music Education 
Trumpet player, performed with the 
C.S.U. Jazz Band 



CLAYTON, JAMES; page 99 
BA Education 

CLEMMONS, ALFRED; page 100 

BS Marketing 

Member of the American Marketing 

Association 

Tennis team 

COLLINS, LOTTIE; page 100 

BS Psychology 

Member of the Black Psychological 

Association 

COLTON, MINNIE; page 100 
BS MS Education 

CONEY, VALERIE; page 100 
BA Board of Governors 

CRAWFORD, SHARON; page 100 
BS Computer Science 

CROWE, GWENDOLYN; page 100 
BS Psychology 

CRUZ, TRINIDAD; page 100 
BS Education 
Alpha Delta 
Education Honors Club 



D 



DAHLBERG, HERMAN; page 100 

DALEY, MARGARET; page 100 

BS Biology 

Biology Club 

Swimming, Tennis and Aerobics Athletic 

Activities 

DANIELS, THEODORE; page 100 
BS Education 

President of the Industrial Education and 
Technology Association 1985-1986 

DARBY, ROSILAND; page 100 



BS Business Administration 

DAVIS, ANTHONY; page 100 
BS Biology 

Member of C.S.U. Biological Society 
Worked in C.S.U. Animal Laboratory 

DAVIS, DIANE; page 100 

BA Broadcasting 

National Dean's List 

Member of the Who's Who Among 

American 

DAVIS. FANTENIA; page 100 
BA Corrections 

DAVIS, HAROLD; page 100 

DAVIS, ROSA; page 100 
BS Business Administration 

DAVIS, TOYA; page 100 

BS Information Systems 

Member Chi Beta Lambda 

Business Laboratory Honors Program 

Information Systems Club 

DAY, MARY; page 100 
BS Special Education 

DEBROE, DOROTHY; page 100 
BS Business Education 
Kappa Delta Phi 

DELEON, ESPERANZA; page 100 
BS Accounting 

DERANSBURG, TYHEITA; page 101 
BS Biology 

DICKENS, JANET; page 101 

BS Radiation Therapy 

C.S.U. Dean's List 

National Dean's List, Radiation Therapy 

Association, Chicago Radiologic 

Technologists Assn., American Society of 

Radiologic Technologists Assn. 

DICKERSON, CHESTER L.; page 101 



BA English 
Alpha Phi Alpha 

DICKERSON, KENNETH; page 101 

BS Marketing 

Business Laboratory Honors Program; 

Dean's List 

Intramural Basketball, Member of 

American Marketing Association, 

Represented College of Business in Bud 

Billiken Parade, Received Internship with 

R.J. Dale Advertising 

DICKERSON, MICHAEL; page 101 

BS Criminal Justice 

Alpha Phi Alpha, President of Criminal 

Justice Society 

Office of Student Support Services, and 

Greek Council 



EASON, LARRY; page 101 
BS Criminal Justice Correction 
Member of the Criminal Justice 
Corrections Club 

EDMONDS, BEVERLY; page 101 
BS Accounting 

ELLIS, RICHARD; page 101 
BA Chemistry 

ELLISON, CANDACE; page 101 
BS Chemistry 

ESSEX, CHRISTOPHER; page 101 
BS Computer Science 
National Dean's List 

ESTERS, ALICE; page 101 
BS Nursing 

ESTUS, OLGA; page 101 

BA Radio and Television 

Studio 107, Emblem Yearbook Creative 

Committee 



EVBUMA, KATIE; page 101 

BS Business Education 

Band — Raymond Cook Award, Business 

Education Academic Achievement Award 

National Dean's List, and Certificate of 

Recognition for Participation in the Vita 

Program 

EZE, EDNA; page 101 
BS Dietetics 

EZEJI, ERASMUS; page 101 

BS Corrections and Criminal Justice 

1986 C.S.U. Home Coming Table Tennis 

Champion 



FARMER, YVETTE; page 101 
BS Information Systems 
Secretary — Phi Beta Lambda 
Business Laboratory Honors Program 

FELTON, LENROW; page 101 
BA Political Science 

FIDEL, PEREZ-ALVAREZ; page 101 

FIELDS, MARK; page 101 

BS Accounting 

Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Beta Gamma 

National Association of Black 

Accountants and Accounting Society 

C.S.U. Men's Tennis Team 

FIELDS. REGINA; page 101 
BS Radiation Therapy 
Radiation Therapy Association 
(Treasurer) 

FLEMING. VIRGIL; page 102 
BA Criminal Justice 

FOSTER. RONALD; page 102 

FRANCES* WILLIAMS; page 102 



FRARS, DENEEN; page 102 

FREEION. CHERYL; page 102 

FREEMAN. JULIETTE; page 102 
BS Biology 



GABRIEL, ESUDLA; page 102 

GALLOWAY. CATHLEAN; page 102 
BS Elementary Education 

GARCIA. GLORIA; page 102 

GAYDEN. GLENDIA; page 102 

GIBSON. DOROTHY; page 102 
BA Management 

GILDERSLEEVE. BEVERLY; page 

102 

BS Business Administration and 

Marketing 

GILDERSLEEVE, SANDRA; page 102 
MS Corrections Criminal Justice 
Corrections and Criminal Justice Society, 
C.S.U. Womens Club, Evening Students 
Club, Menagerie Poets Club, C.S.U. 
Black Writers Forum WILNA, 
International Black Writers Conference, 
Financial Aid Committee 

GILHAM. SHARON; page 102 
BA Business Administration 

GILKEY. ANITA; page 102 
BA Recreation 

GOODRICH. SHARITA; page 102 
BA Board of Governors 

GORDON JR. WALTER; page 102 
BS Environmental Health 



GORE, LORI; page 102 
GRAY, ELAINE; page 102 
GREEN, LISA; page 102 
GREEN, SENTANA; page 103 

H 



HABASH, MOHAMMAD; page 103 

HAMILTON, DONALD; page 103 

BA Liberal Arts 

President and Cadet Major of the Military 

Science Club 

Phi Lambda Sigma, R.O.T.C. 

Commanding Officer, Baseball Team, 

S.G.A. Representative, Distinguish 

Military Cadet Award, Intra Mural Sports, 

and Academic Award. 

HARDING-EL, ORA; page 103 
BS Correctional 

HART, IVY; page 103 

HATWOOD, CHARLES; page 103 
BS Finance 

Finance Club, Track and Field 
United States Marine Corps 

HAYES, CHARLES; page 103 

BA Accounting 

President of Christians Taking Action, 

Inc. 

HAYNES, JACQUELINE; page 103 
BA Finance 

HEARNS, JEAN; page 103 

HENDERSON, VANTASTA; page 103 
BS Psychology 

HENLEY, CYNTHIA; page 103 
BS Nursing 



Class Treasurer, Senior Nursing 
Convocation Committee Girls Track team 
(1981-1982) 

HENLY, MARTHA; page 103 

HERRING, LEROY; page 103 
BA Business Administration 
C.S.U. Dean's List 
National Dean's List 

HILL, FRED; page 103 

BA Corrections Criminal Justice 

B.O.G. Minority Internship 

HOLDERN, LURLETHA; page 103 

HOLLERWAY, GWENDOLYN; page 

103 

MS Guidance and Counseling 

HOLLIMON III, FELIX; page 103 
BS Management 

HOLMES, GWENDOLYN; page 103 
BA Elementary Education 

HOPKINS, VANESSA; page 103 

BS Marketing 

Business Laboratory Honors Program 

HORN, GLORIA; page 103 
BA Business Education 

HOWELL JOHNSON, GLADYS; page 
104 

MSEd Guidance and Counseling 
Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities 
Black Student Psychological Assn., 
Criminal Justice Club, and Association of 
Black Psychologists. 

HUBER, CHERYL; page 104 
BA Recreation 

HUFF. GEORGE; page 104 
MS Guidance and Counseling 



HUNTER, GALE; page 104 

BS Accounting 

Secretary of the International Business 

Students 



IBARRA. ROCIO; page 104 
BA Business Administration 

IBE, EMMANUEL; page 104 
BS Computer Science 
Seller Club 

IHENACHO. AUGUSTINE; page 104 

BS Computer Science 

Phi Theta Kapa 

National Dean's List, Who's Who Among 

American Students 

IKUMEN, MATHEW; page 104 
BS Accounting 



JACKSON, BARBARA; page 104 
MS Counseling Education 
Phi Delta Kappa, Elementary Assistant 
Principal Association, and Elementary 
School Counselor's Council 

JACKSON, MAE HELEN; page 104 
BA Board of Governors 

JACKSON, TERRACE; page 104 
Omega Psi Phi and the All American 
Track Team 

JEFFERSON, MARGARET; page 104 
BA Home Economic 

JENKINS, RONALD; page 104 

BS Therapeutic Recreation 

Phi Lambda Sigma, Past President, 

President's Council, Student Government, 



Tempo Newspaper — Recreation and 
Sports Reporter and Writer, National 
Dean's List, Departmental Certificates of 
Merit in Recreation, Raymond M. Cook 
Memorial Award, Student Organization 
Leadership Award, Proposal Writing 
Training Award 

JEONG, HYE-SOOK; page 104 
BS Computer Science 

JOHNSON-SEKIGUCHE, BERNYCE; 

page 104 

JOHNSON, ANGELA; page 104 

BS 

National Association for Black 

Accountants (NABA) 

JOHNSON, EMINOWA; page 104 
BSC 

JOHNSON, PATRICIA; page 104 
BS Correctional Criminal Justice 

JOHNSON, PAULA; page 104 
BA Radio/TV Broadcasting 
Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 1983, Dean's List, 
Cheerleading, SGA Member, ROTC- 
Recondo, Honor Guard, Commission 
Military Intelligence Officer, and Army 
Reserves. The Gospel Choir, Intramurals, 
and Radio/Television Club. 

JOHNSON, SANDRA; page 104 
BS Chemistry 

JOHNSON, SARAH; page 105 
BA Board of Governors 
Dean's List (1982-1984), Tempo 
Newspaper, SGA Vice President, and 
Student Services. 

JONES, DORIS; page 105 

BA Accounting 

BATA CLUB, NAABA (National 

Accounting Association of Black 

Accountants), Vice President of Choir at 

Ebenezer Lutheran Church, and on the 



Project Compassion Membership. 

JONES. FLORA; page 105 
Studio Art 

JONES, JOYCELYN; page 105 
BA Psychology 

JONES, KRISTEIN; page 105 
BA Accounting 

JONES, LINDIA; page 105 
BS Information Systems 
Information Systems Club 

JONES, VIVIAN; page 105 

BA Business Education 

Business Education Club — 1986 and the 

Social Workers Club 1985-1986 

JONES, WANDA; page 105 

BA Corrections 

Alpha Angel, Political Science Club, and 

Criminal Justice Society 

JORDAN, RUTH; page 105 

MS Psychology 

AKA 



K 



KARRIEM, KEESHA; page 105 
BS Management 

President of the Management Club, on 
the Dean's List, Who's Who Among 
College Students 1985 to 1986, and the 
President of the Management/ 
Entrepreneur's Club. 

KATOR. CHRISTOPHER; page 105 

Accounting 

Swimming, Lawn Tennis and Volleyball, 

and a Student Member of: the National 

Association of Accountants, and the 

Association of MBA Executives, Inc. 

KELLY, VICTOR; page 105 



BA Board of Governors 
A.L.T.F. Club 

KELSIE, DOROTHY; page 105 
BA Board of Governors 

KIRKSEY, ETHEL; page 105 

BA Psychology 

Member of the U.S. Army National 

Guard, State of Illinois (Sgt.) State 

Ribbon, for perfect attendance, long and 

honorable service award. 

KRECIOCH, JOAN; page 105 
MS Education 



LANE, ALICE; page 105 
BA Board of Governors 

LANE, BEVERLY; page 105 
BS Radiation Therapy 

LARTEY,BENJAMIN; page 105 
BSC political Science 

LEE, LOTHARIO; page 105 

BS Graphic Arts 

Tempo 1982 and C.U.S. Jazz Band 

(Bassist) 

LEWIS, MARY; page 105 
MS Special Education — LD 

LEWIS, CARMENCITA; page 106 

Accounting 

Cheerleader, Member of the National 

Association of Black Accountants 

(Student Chapter), The Business 

Laboratory Honors Internship, and the 

Board of Governors Intern. 

LEWIS, SHAHARRA; page 106 
BA Elementary Education 

LOGAN. VIOLET; page 106 



BA Sociology 

LOTT-HILL, LORETTA; page 106 
BS Accounting 

Phi Beta Lambda, President National 
Association of Black Accountants and 
Accounting Society. Vice President and 
Secretary of the All Accounting Society. 
Pres. - 1986-NABA, Pres. - 1985 A/S, 
Sec. - 1980-A/S, Vice Pres. 1983 A/S 

LOVE, ELDEE; page 106 
BA Psychology 

Newman Club, Black Psychology 
Students Association 

LOVE, OTIS; page 106 

BA Correctional and Criminal Justice 



M 

MARSHALL, WYNOLA; page 106 
MSEd Guidance and Counseling 
Black Student Psychological Association 
(Vice-President) Association of Black 
Psychologist 

MARTIN, CASSANDRA; page 106 
BS Information 

MARTIN, JUDY; page 106 
Criminal Justice 

MARTIN, WILLA; page 106 
BSN Nursing 

Secretary of the Student Nurses 
Association at Chicago State, Member of 
the National Student Nurses Association, 
of the Biological Society, on the National 
Deans List 1986, and on the Who's Who 
of Students in American Colleges and 
Universities. 

MASON, ANGELA; page 106 
BS Psychology 
Phi Beta Sigma Silhouette 
Omega Psi Phi Sweetheart 



MASON, MODESTYNE; page 106 
BA Psychology 

Dean's List, Presidents' List, National 
Dean's List, Nominee to Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. Past- 
President Student Occupational Therapy 
Association, SGA — Chairperson, Internal 
Review Board; Representative of the 
Illinois Board of Higher Education, 
Outstanding Junior 1984, Outstanding 
Senior 1985, and Internship of the U.S. 
Army Occupational Therapy. 

MC COY, GWENDOLYN; page 106 

BSN Nursing 

Member of SNACS 

Member of Chicago Chapter of Black 

Nurses Association 

MC CRAY, GLADYS; page 106 

BA Speech/Broadcasting 

Chicago State University Radio Club 

MC CUNE, MALINDA; page 106 

Corrections 

Corrections Criminal Justice Society Club 

MC GOWAN, PATRICIA; page 106 
BS Elementary Education 
AKA, Civil Service Employee, Council 
Advisory Board, CSU Child Care Center, 
and BA-Applied Behavior Science 

MILLER, KAREN; page 106 
BA Board of Governors 

MITCHELL, CHIVETTE; page 106 
BA Marketing 

Vice President and member of the 
American Marketing Association 

MONTIJO, EUGENIA; page 106 

MOONEY, CORINA; page 106 

BA Graphic Design 

The Art Club, secretary and member, on 

the Dean's list, and a United States 

Veteran. 



MOORE, DARRYL; page 107 

BA Medical Records 

(SOMRAS) SOCIETY OF MEDICAL 

RECORDS ADMINISTRATION 

STUDENTS 

MORAN. ANTOINETTE; page 107 
BS Finance 

Treasurer of the Finance Club and 
member of the Marketing Club 

MORGAN, RAMONA; page 107 

BS Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Dean's List, and Who's Who; 

Outstanding Young Women of America 

Nominee. 



N 



NELSON, ERIC; page 107 

BS Business Education 

Chairperson -- Educational Standards and 

Services 1982-1983, Tempo 1982, and 

Business Education Student Association 

(B.E.S.A.), and SGA Rep. 

NEWMAN, LAJUANA; page 107 
BA Accounting 

NABA (National Association of Black 
Accountants), and member of the Pep- 
Squad. 

NIXON, JEAN; page 107 
BS Psychology 

NJOKU, CHRISTIANA; page 107 

BS Political Science 

The Political Science Club 

NOEL. RAMONA; page 107 
BS Criminal Justice/Corrections 

NORRIS. RANDOLPH; page 107 

NWAEZIGWE. PATRICK; page 107 



BA Accounting 

NWOKEJI, ANTHONY; page 107 
BS Corrections Criminal Justice 
Member Criminal Justice Society and 
Tennis Activities 



o 

OBASEKI, BENSON; page 107 

Accounting 

On the Dean's List, President of the 

Accounting Society 

OFOEGBU, AMBROSE; page 107 
Management 

OGUNFEMI, ADEWALE; page 107 
BA Finance 

OKABUONYE, LINDA; page 107 
BA Elementary Education 

OKABUONYE, ROMANUS; page 107 
Economics 

OKON, CHRISTOPHER; page 107 
Marketing 

OKORL, IKECHUKWU; page 107 

Political Science 

On the Political Science Club 

OKUNDAYE, JAMES; page 107 
BS Correctional and Criminal Justice 

OKUNOREN, TIJUANA; page 107 
Special Education 

OLAYINKA-SULE, MASHA; page 108 

OLUGBENGA, OGUNSEGUN; page 
108 

ORIABIOJIE, ROBERT; page 108 

OSAGIE, IGBINOSUN; page 108 



BS Marketing 

Treasurer of the Academy of 

International Business Club 



PARKER, LA VAUGHN; page 108 
BA English 

PAUL, GENEVIEVE; page 108 
Psychology 

PAYNE, CALLIE; page 108 

BA Psychology 

BSPA Member and the National Honor 

Society 

PEARRE, RUDOLPH; page 108 

Psychology 

Cross Country Track Teams 1981-1984 

PEEL. RECHARD; page 108 
BA Board of Governors 
ROTC 

PLATT, MICHAEL; page 108 
BS Management 

PRENDERVILLE, LINDA; page 108 
BS Business Education 
Newman Club and Secretary to 1986 
graduating class 

PRICE, RAMELD; page 108 
BA Music 



RADCLIFF, FELIX; page 108 
BA Elementary Education 

RAMSEY, RUBY; page 108 
BA Accounting 

RANDALL, BARBARA; page 108 
BS Accounting 



REED, LORI; page 108 

BS Accounting 

Pom-Pon Squad and Phi Beta Lambda 

RHODEN, CARL; page 108 
BS Accounting 

RICE, ELIZABETH; page 108 
BA Board of Governors 

RICHARDSON, EARLENE; page 108 
BS Dietetics Food Service 

RILEY, SHEILA; page 108 
BA Business Management 
The Dean's List 1981-1982, Pom-Pom 
1979, Pep-Squad 1980, Business 
Management Club 1982-1983, Modeling 
Club 1982, Emblem Yearbook 1986, 
1986 Baptist Training Union, and the 
1986 Christian Fellowship. 

ROBINSON, CYNTHIA; page 109 
Marketing 

ROBINSON, SAM; page 109 
BA Independent Studies 

ROBINSON, YO LYNDA; page 109 
BS Computer Science 

ROCKETT, BRENDA; page 109 
BSN Nursing 

RODGERS, BETTY; page 109 



SABALLUS, SUSAN; page 109 
BS Medical Records Administration 
National Dean's List 1984-1986. 
Treasurer of SOMRAS 1985-1986, 
Society of Medical Records 
Administration Students (SOMRAS) 1984- 
1986, 

SANDERS, MADIE; page 109 



BS Accounting 

SANDERS, ROBERT; page 109 
Mathematics 

SCOTT. PAUL; page 109 
BS Accounting/Finance 
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, The 
Accounting Society, The Finance Club, 
Intramurals: Football, Basketball, Softball, 
and the Bowling Club. Group Leader for 
The Greek Council Delegates, 
Homecoming Committee, Election Judge, 
SGA Rep., Counseling Service, March of 
Dimes, NAACP-CSU affiliate. 

SHELTON, TRACIE; page 109 
BS Computer Science 
The Honor Society 

SIMMONS, WILLIE; page 109 
BS Criminal Justice 
American Crim. Jus. Assoc. 
BOG 

SLAUGHTER, HERMAN; page 109 
Correction and Criminal Justice BS 

SLAYDEN, MARY; page 109 
BA Nursing and Psychology 
Tennis 

SMITH, CATHERINE; page 109 
BA Psychology 

SMITH, COLIN; page 109 
BA Sociology 

SMITH, DAMITA; page 109 

BS Marketing 

Marketing Club Secretary 

SMITH, EARSLY; page 109 
BA Business Administration 

SMITH, JASON; page 109 
BA Communications 
Studio 107 Radio/Television Club 
Officer — Sargeant-at-Arms 



SMITH, JSOEPH; page 109 

BS Recreation 

Phi Lambda Sigma 

Captain in U.S. Army: Private Pilot 

SOBERANO, RAY; page 109 
BS Computer Science 

STEFANOWSKI, ROSEMARY; page 

110 

BS Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta Pi 

STOVALL, JAMES; page 110 
Criminal Justice BS 

STOVER, ERIC; page 110 
BS Computer Science 

SWAIN. YOLANDA; page 110 
BA Biology 



TATE, JUNE; page 110 
BA Psychology 

TAYLOR, JACQUELINE; page 110 
BS Management 

TAYLOR, MURLENE; page 110 
MS Corrections and Criminal Justice 
Alpha Phi Sigma National 
Criminal Justice Honor Society 
Member of Corrections and Criminal 
Justice Society 

THICKLIN, FLORENCE; page 110 
BS Biology 

THOMAS, BATHSHEBA; page 110 

BS Accounting 

National Assoc, of Black Accountants 

THOMPSON. BRENDA; page 110 
BS Accounting 



Delta Sigma Theta 

THORNTON, ADRIENNE; page 110 
BA Accounting 

TIMMONS, KATHY; page 110 
BA Psychology 

Black Student Psychological Assoc — 
Representative to S.G.A. 

TITTLE. DENITA; page 110 
BA Chemistry 

TOLLIVER, CYNTHIA; page 110 

BS Communications 

BOG 

TOLLIVER, DELORES; page 110 

BS Communications 

BOG 

TOPPINS, MANUEL; page 110 
BS Political Science 
Political Science Club 
Treas. Pre-Law Club 

TURNER, CAROLYN; page 110 
BS Accounting 
PHI BETA LAMDA 
Business Organization (1985) 

TURNER, KEITH; page 110 
BS Computer Science 
Nu Gamma Alpha Frat. 
Computer Lab Personnel 



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UMBLES, CONSTANCE; page 110 
MS Biology Biomedical 
Minority Biomedical Research Support 
Program — Graduate Assistant 



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VARISCE, DOROTHY; page 110 



BS Business 

Bus. Admin. Organization 

Home Economic, Dietetic, French Club 

VERRETT, SUE; page 111 

BS Liberal Arts 

Brainerd Community Counsel, Pharmacy 

Technician Association, Federal Workers 

Association 



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WADE, SHIRLEY; page 111 
BA Marketing 
Marketing Club 

WALKER, LACRECIA; page 111 

BA Marketing 

American Marketing Assoc. 

WASHINGTON, CELESTE; page HI 
Accounting 

WASHINGTON, GLORIA; page 111 
BA Business Administration-Management 
The Business Science Association and 
University Without Walls 

WASHINGTON, GWENDOLYN; page 

111 

BS Computer Science 

WASHINGTON, LARRY; page 111 
BS Industrial Plant Tech 

WASHINGTON, VIVIAN; page 111 
BS Accounting 

WATKINS, APRIL; page 111 

BA Psychology 

Special Services Program 

WHEATLEY, CARMEN; page 111 
BA Finance 

WHITE, EMMA; page 111 
BA Board of Governors 



C.S.U. Women's Club and The Evening 
Student Club 

WHITELOW, ISIAH; page 111 
BS Corrections 

The National Dean's List, C.S.U. Track, 
and Special Services 

WILLIAM, JUANITE; page 111 

WILLIAMS. TRAGI; page 111 
BS Information Systems 
On Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities, the President of The 
Information Systems Club, Vice-President 
of the Finance Club, Treasurer of The 
Marketing Club, Member of Phi Beta 
Lambda, and on the Chicago State 
University Dean's List. 

WILLIAMS, JEANETTE; page 111 
BA Elementary Education 

WILLIAMS, JIMMY; page 111 
Biological Sciences 

WILLIAMS, JOE; page 111 
BS Management 

WILLIAMS, MYRAN; page 111 
BS Management 
Entrepreneur's Club 

WILLIAMS, RONNY; page 111 
BS Radiation Therapy Tech. 

WILLIAMS, SEBASTION; page 111 

Guidance and Counseling 

Phi Theta Kappa Alumni 

The Managing Editor of the Tempo 

Newspaper in 1984, Student Body 

President 1984-1985, and BSPA. 

WILSON, CHERYL; page 112 
BA Criminal Justice/Corrections 

WILSON, DORIS; page 112 
BS Biology 

WILSON. HOWARD; page 112 



BA Business Management 
B.O.G. Program 

WILSON, RHILENDER; page 112 

WOODHOUSE, LUCILLE; page 112 
BS Business Administration 

WOODS, ADRIENNE; page 112 
BS Accounting 

WOODS, KEVIN; page 112 
BA Liberal Arts 
Army R.O.T.C. 

WOODS, MICHELLE; page 112 

BS Radiation Therapy Tech. 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 

The Radiation Therapy Association, The 

Chicago Area Radiologist Technology 

Association, and The American Society 

of Radiologic Technologist. 

WRIGHT, ODEARS JR.; page 112 
BA Psychology 

WYATT, SHELBY; page 112 
BS Management 



YATACO. JAVIER; page 112 
BS Computer Science 

YOUNKINS. ROSE; page 112 
BS SNACI, and The Evening School 
Club 

YOUNG. MEL VINA; page 112 
BA Liberal Arts 



Emblem 




iartha Vinccnty. Writ 



tOver a year of hard work, dedication and loyalty has gone into this 
production of Emblem. The staff was small, but very dedicated. 
1 especially would like to thank Eugenia Montijo whom we respectfully 
call "MOM" for her work beyond her duties. A sincere thanks and 
appreciation to Kenneth D. Bennett for his loyalty and dedication to 
the very end. To the rest of the staff; Stephanie Roberts, Dennis 
Dlouhy and Martha Vincenty, thank you for your in-put as well as your out-put. 

1 also wish to give thanks to my family and friends for the support they gave me throughout 
the year. Thanks to God for giving me the strength to go on in my darkest hour. 

Many thanks goes to our advisor, Arthur Stephens for all his help, patience and dedication 
beyond his title. To all others that were instrumental in serving the Emblem staff and produc- 
ing this edition — Thank You. 

We hope we've captured your life and the spirit of your years at C.S.U. Find a comfortable 
chair, corner or mountain top, sit back, relax and reminisce. 



Your Truly, 

Verna J. Thomas, Editor 






Make Big Plans Aim high in hope and work 

Remembering that a noble logical diagram once recorded will never 
die, but long after we are gone will be a living thing, asserting with 
growing intensity. 

D.H. Burnham 



We the member of Emblem yearbook have strived to incorporate this 
philosophy. If we have fallen short it is not because we did not try. 
For we know if we have not suceeded we will in the future. 

A.L. Stephens 
Advisor